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Thursday, October 30, 2008

We have a ghost!

Hee Hee! Well, at least it is a friendly ghost. Orren has been running around all morning with a shirt over his face saying..... ooooooooooooo.......ooooooooooooooo.......ooooooooooo! Then he dies laughing! Guess this is what happens when you have an older sibling. She has been teaching him lots of funny things, but this was too cute. I called my Mother this morning just so she could hear him.

I called and got to talk to my little brother last night! (Joe says I can't call him my little brother b/c he is like 6' 3" and over 30 years old, I say he is my little brother until the day I leave this Earth b/c that is what we Bama Belles do!) Anyway, I was so excited to hear his voice and talk with him. He and Katy are so busy an I cherish any time at all! They are doing super. They just got home from a scuba diving trip to the Caribbean. I have mentioned before that they are just amazing, active, adventurous folks! We will get to see them for New Year's. (Something I will talk more about closer to time.) I love you Jarrod!

Tonight is our costume party. The children are so excited I think they might come out of their skin! I am baking some little "Ghosts" biscuits to serve with pumpkin butter as our dish of the evening. I cannot wait to see everyone and all the costumes!

Tomorrow night is SPOOKY Halloween! I am fixing spaghetti and meatballs, Caesar salad, and corn to fill everyone up with something hardy, before sending them on the candy binge!

Hope ya'll have fun!

1 comment:

Leigh said...

have a wondeful evening!