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Daddy and Mommy did more Halloween prep this weekend, getting more wood tombstones painted & ready for the yard, chasing their styrofoam tombstones down the street from the strong winds we had over the weekend (now Daddy can see what Mommy had to put up with during the day on Friday as Mommy had to head outside more than 11 times to reposition the tombstones – grrr), and they also worked on their cemetery columns & sign and they think they finally figured out how to add lights to the sign. What is amazing about our cemetery columns is that they are made out of all boxes and then spray painted in a gray primer and some Krylon Stone spray paint. Anyhow, Mommy & Daddy went shopping for the supplies for my Halloween costume and now Mommy has to figure out how to pull it all together. Can you tell what I am going to be for Halloween by this picture?
Halloween is fun, as you can act like a kid (or a dog in my case) and you can have fun with all the props. I find it amusing when Daddy pulls out his stuffed black cat, as this thing drives me nuts. I am ok with “real” kitties, but this stuffed thing is different. Mommy kept moving it around the floor like it was chasing me and I barked and growled at it. It is amazing on how big I have grown in just a years time, as I was just a little pup last Halloween.