Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Monday, October 29, 2012
Mostly because Kelton kept throwing corn at me. The corn maze was not so much a maze as a path through corn. The kids enjoyed the giant slide the most. They had a petting zoo, it smelled of poo and goat's milk - I may never be able to drink capra mineral whey again. Howdy neighbor!! Happy harvest!! What movie??? Really, what movie? I can't remember the name. Judy Garland, Gene Kelly...
|All of our little chitlins in front of all the pumpkins.|
|Those are some big gourds! They dropped them on that little RV. It. Was. Awesome. (and redneck)|
|Cagey holding a baby piggy!|
|The MOoks- with the black eye.|
Thursday, October 25, 2012
We went to boondocks with all the grandchildren and Jeebs and I had to get in in the action too. We squeezed our large rumps into one go kart and Jeebs took us for a ride. Scary. I also had to add this cute picture of my kids at Arbys before Cooper's baptisms. Mooks was asleep in the car with grandma.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Didn't want to go to nursery today. He wanted to stay with me and since he says I'm wonderful and I'm beautiful in the sunlight I was more than happy to oblige! He was so sweet and didnt make a peep. I think that rhymes. I almost forgot he was over there sitting in my chair waiting for me to finish my sing time show.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
|Page sporting his stache and helping me with goody bags.|
|The mad scientist and his creation, Hell-ga.|
|The little dumplings putting the witch teeth in the decroding acid. Not much fizz, they must have been good witches.|
|Shrunken apple heads floating in cider.|
|Dr J trying to crush a ghost in the can.|
|Cute little dumplings! Eva and Mooks.|
|Kelton with his white hair.|
|The mad scientist himself, Dr J.|
|Floating, glowing grossness.|
|All the freshly picked dumplings waiting to be chosen as the next Igor.|
|All kinds of glowing eyes.|
|It got a little foggy in there, but spooky and fun.|
Friday, October 12, 2012
I made a bacon cake for my nephew, kelton. He is having a bacon party and Tara asked me if I would make him a bacon cake. I knew how to do it and I could picture it in my head, but until I actually rolled out the fondant I wasn't positive it would work. I carved the cake to make it look wave and then iced it with maple bacon buttercream. I placed the marbled fondant on and then brushed the whole thing with piping gel so it looked like it was gleaming with fat. I was so excited with how it turned out! It's not every day a young man turns 11.