Thursday, November 1, 2007

Hey all,

so we went to a carnival at the church saturday night and Dawson was a power ranger, then on halloween he wanted to be spiderman, of course he did not want to wear the mask for either one. We went trick or treating and Brooke loved it, she went strong for about 45 mins, did not want to be carried and would not let anyone help her with her candy bag, it got to the point that she was just dragging it behind her and all the candy was falling out. so I was behind her picking it up and putting it back in. Everyone thought she was adorable, of course she is but I am biased. the girls had a fun time they were about 4 houses ahead of us the whole time and we kept having to slow them down so they wouldn't get lost. Dawson had fun but lost his glow stick down a man-hole so there was a slight outburst and over reaction for a moment, fortunately Brooke had one too and she didn't mind when we yanked it off her to calm Dawson down. So that was halloween. I went as a post call resident, it wasn't much of a costume, Zulema went as a witch just from the neck up. she wore the wig and hat at work and then trick-0r-treating as well. That is about it. All you guy's pics look great the girls are so cute and Lino as the fireman it funny. Mav and Stridor were very cute biker boyz, can't believe how big Stridor is. Thanks for putting stuff on the blog. It is like when you are on the mission and you get mail, it is exciting like that!!!!


Hope you guys in Dallas had a wonderful fun Halloween. I will try to get the pics from the camera to the computer and then maybe I can send them but I am not so sure. I can't wait to see the ones you post. We had fun. Mostly it is amazing how much candy you can get in such a short amount of time when you do the trunk or treat idea. Aaron made the comment that it would have taken you guys hours to get what they did in 30 minutes. Funny! Grama Peggy came along dressed as a witch and she had a great time seeing all the kids. She is getting up there but she still wants to be a part of it all. That is good! Live for all it's worth while you can, even if you can't see it very well. I love my mom. The older I get the more I appreciate the gifts the Lord has blessed her with and how she has weathered the enormous trials of her life. Well, so much for waxing sentimental, I have to go sew a costume for Dad. He is one of the apostles, James I think, for the Primary activity on Friday. We are doing Night in Bethlehem in Dec. so thought I might as well make something he can wear in the Bishop's Winery that night! So have a good one. We will see you in just a few weeks. Can't wait! Loveyou, Grama!

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