Sunday, November 2, 2008

Halloween

It's been a good weekend. I have finished the curtains for Meg's room but, I have no rod to hang them on. So I'll be posting those later. Tori put photos up on her Flickr so I copied two to share with you all.

Meg as "Mrs. Mia Wallace"
.....Uma Thurmans character on Pulp Fiction.

Tori as " A lady of Autumn"
She painted those eggs that are in the "birds nest"!








19 comments:

April said...

Congras on getting your curtains done!!! That's just one more thing you can scratch off your list! Love the cute pictures!!

sandy said...

Thanks so much for visiting my Saucy blog:)

Betty said...

What original costumes! Both of them adorable! Don´t you just love "stealing" photos from the kids? :)

Susie said...

Congrats on getting the curtains finished. I can't wait to see pictures.

Your daughters are so beautiful...even in costume:-) What great Halloween pictures:-)

heathersister said...

Great costumes. Very clever and what a beautiful bird's nest it is.

mrsbear said...

What a creative pair of girls. I loved Pulp Fiction, great ideas.

Heather said...

I have never made it through the entire movie of Pulp Fiction...fall asleep EVERY time.

Your girls look gorgeous, as usual.

I can't believe you finished those curtains already. Man, girl, you rock on the sewing crafty thing!

dddiva said...

Love the costumes! Great job on getting the curtains done- we got through the day none the worse for wear, but not much productive beyond getting dinner and dishes and laundry done. Ah well, work will always be waiting for me when I feel up to it, right?
Unless you have some little magic fairies you want to send my way. ;)
Glad to see your girls got your creative gene. :D

Betty said...

I left you something at my blog! You deserve it.

Have a great week!

Margaret said...

Your daughters are beautiful.

I am sitting here with my 18 month old daughter in my lap, and she is loving your music.

Deb Burton said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes, we've had quite a go at it this last year, but it sure has provided some wonderful opportunities for teaching our children about serving others and being thankful for what we have.

Please stop by and visit again, I'd love to have you!

Tori said...

the blog is lookin' fly, momma bird!

Aubrey said...

Lovin' the new look of your blog!

How neat that the girls still get into the Halloween spirit. Fun costumes!

Can't wait to see the curtains!

littleeverydaythings said...

Wow, your daughters are beautiful! They look like models with all of that gorgeous hair. Cute costumes too. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

Michelle said...

Want to come finish up my window treatments? I'm bad about starting and then not finishing those projects.

Your girls' costumes looks great!

Kat said...

I love your craft room. Well...mostly the wall color. And that you craft. Because I so do not.

And your girls costumes are great. I love Pulp Fiction - did she have a hypodermic sticking out of her chest, too???

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

They had some great costumes! Can't wait to see those curtains! :)
Carrie

Becky said...

I LOVE your daughter's costumes! How very creative:)

Rhea said...

I love your girls' costumes! They both look great. :o)