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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Shadow-shot Sunday is Halloween this year




On farms and in cities, some of the little ones who call me Auntie Kay, and some who call me Nana Kay, in Hallowe'en costumes of former years. I won't see this year's costumes until we get pictures in Monday's e-mail. Dick and I, with our dog Lindy, will answer when youngsters from our neighborhood knock at our door Sunday evening. Lindy will be happy to see everyone, and I know she won't bark!
Photos by friends and family.
Posted by Nana/Auntie Kay for Tracy's  Shadow Shot Sunday


Special thanks to Tracy at "Hey Harriet!" for choosing one of our Toledo, Spain, shadow shots for her collage of last week's photos. We feel quite smug --Kay and Richard

24 comments:

Mr Puddy said...

They are so cute !!!!
Happy Halloween !!!!!

Sylvia K said...

What fun shadow shots for the Halloween weekend! The kids are so adorable and there's sunshine and lots of colors and I love it! Enjoy the rest of your weekend, Kay!

Sylvia

Rambling Woods said...

How sweet Kay...Happy Halloween...Michelle

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

What a great idea, Halloween and shadow shots. The kids are just so cute and I love the middle shot.

Hope you have a great, we don't celebrate it here as it is Spring.

Paula Scott said...

Those are all precious costumes! Have fun tomorrow night with your treaters!
And have a very spookalicious day!

Jenn said...

Happy Halloween!

frayedattheedge said...

I love the last one - what a cutie!!

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Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable post, the kids are so cute, I love their costumes, lots of fun together!
Have a nice Sunday and Happy Halloween!
hugs
Léia

jabblog said...

Wonderful photos and lovely (not scary!) shadows.

Hey Harriet said...

These are some of the cutest halloween photos I've ever seen! How adorable! I bet you're so looking forward to opening your email on Monday!

Have a wonderful week :)

Crafty Gardener said...

perfect shadow shot photos for Halloween

Mara said...

Such cute costumes!

We don't celebrate Hallowe'en and there is no trick or treating. In eleven days time however we celebrate St Martin and children will come to the door with lovely home made lights and lanterns and sing a song to get some sweets. Although the last time I had any visitors was about six years ago!

Out on the prairie said...

Fun blog, like your verse.I had tricksters last night, but sent my candy to a neighbors so she could have some fun while I roasted some peppers. I dropped over every so often to see an assortment of goblins and fairies.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Sitting on pumpkin,
Hoping for a treat—
I’m sure that a goblin’s
Tickling both my feet.

I’d be very happy
For a Hershey Kiss®
Savoring that chocolate
Would be utter bliss.

How long must I wait here?
Until day is done?
Can’t my mom and dad see
I’m not having fun?

Come on, Mom and Daddy,
Rescue me from here!
Take me trick-or-treating—
It’s that time of year!


© 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Kay L. Davies said...

@ MMT -- Thank you for your cute poem about the children! I love it.
-- K

Ralph said...

The cute never stops here! The children are adorable, and much fun is in their future. Ours are 21 and 19, and don't dress up (our daughter in fact is in Salem MA for Halloween). Lovely!

Thanks for your comment about winter. However, near New York City, we don't have nearly the snow and cold you do in that western Province. Snow is artistic either further south or further north!

JM said...

Kids look so cute in their costumes! Lovely. Happy Halloween!

Kay said...

I just love seeing kids in their costumes. All your little ones are so adorable, Kay. The pink hair reminds me of my costume when I was teaching.

Ebie said...

Hi Kay, these photos are so cute! Happy Halloween!

Beverley Baird said...

Great photos for hqllowe'en and SSS! Love the wee litttle pumpkin in the last shot!
Happy Hallowe'en!

EG Wow said...

Halloween is sooo much fun!

Dimple said...

So cute!
I have a confession to make: the flying leaf was tethered by a spider line. I just took the opportunity God gave me to make some neat photos!

lisaschaos said...

So many precious wee ones! I especially love the pumpkin dressed as a pumpkin, lol.

Leslie said...

Adorable children. Love the baby pumpkin... and my dog loves the trick-or-treaters, too.