Thursday, October 14, 2010

My oldest son will probably be known as...

...the kid with the Halloween house. He used to have to walk up to the end of our road to catch the bus, but this week his bus started coming down our road to pick him up for some unknown reason. I have been enjoying seeing all the kids looking out the windows of the bus at our Halloween setup. It's only about halfway done right now, but it seems like it's a hit with them already. Couldn't resist posting a picture of what I get to see a couple of times each day now.

My wife took this picture when he was getting off the bus one afternoon...

8 comments:

Kelly said...

The kids will think your son is so cool!

Grim said...

I thought the picture was kind of funny. If you click on it and view it full size, you can see all kinds of little heads sticking up trying to see out of the windows.

I hope so, Kelly!

Ghoul Friday said...

lol the picture is wonderful.

I think that's so cool, and if I was your kid, I'd be pleased as punch.

Pam Morris said...

lol! that's great! bet you'll be seeing a lot of trick 'r treaters stop by your house this year!

spookyblue said...

I think that's my new favorite Halloween picture.

The Frog Queen said...

That is so cool!!!!

Cheers!

Amy Weldon said...

I was the kid with the Halloween house too. Few memories of events in my life will bring a smile to my face like those of the kids gawking, mouths agape from the school bus as it dropped me off and drove away. I salute you, this is so fantastic. I am filled with inspiration and nostalgia for my youth and my favorite holiday. :)

Amy Weldon said...

I was the kid who lived at the Halloween house too. Few memories of events in my life will bring a smile to my face as quickly as those featuring the mouth-agape faces of my schoolmates peering from the windows on the school bus at my front yard. Sometimes I'd take care to adjust the gravestones or spiderwebs as they looked on and before the bus drove away.

This blog is awesome and I can't get enough. Lots of amazing inspiration and fond nostalgic memories as I scroll through. Nice job and happy haunting!