Happy Halloween!

Halloween BreakfastThis morning I woke to the clanking of dishes. As I lay there sleepily, it crossed my mind that Hannah just might be emptying the dishwasher without being asked. Instead, I found a beautifully decorated table where Hannah served us a special Halloween breakfast. What a good kid! I emptied the dishwasher.

Hannah’s theme for this year’s costume is Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom. She had more fun making the costume than she did trick-or-treating. Which, by-the-way, was chilly! Earlier in the day we had our first snowfall.

Athena Athena

Halloween cannot go by without sharing this picture of “Purrrrfesor Snape” our very own Halloween cat.

Happy Halloween!


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