Friday, October 30, 2009

Happy Halloween

Greetings from the Great Pumpkin!

Here I am at the Pumpkin Patch with my son and my grand daughter. Although the stick is a tad bit uncomfortable and I have a yellowish hue to my complexion I am thrilled to have lost weight.

Have a Great Halloween!


bermudabluez said...

hahahahahah! Love it!!! Happy Halloween!!

hip chick said...

I would think that stick would be just a bit more than a "tad" uncomfortable! But at least you are still up for being welcoming.

bobbie said...

Can't kid me. You never had a stick up there.

So cute!

Dianne said...

bermuda - thanks!! glad you got a laugh

hip chick - LOL!!! one must always be welcoming, whatever the circumstances hehehehe

bobbie - thank you ;)
and true
I must have been dressing as some other family members hehehehehe

Daryl said...

You are clearly channeling some other family member, no stick in mud or up the .. for you kiddo

And that face .. oh that Hope ... taking it all in and being so very cool in a way only your grand daughter would

Happy Halloween, Hope !!! (And Nana Dianne too!) xo

maryt/theteach said...

All three of you are adorable, Dianne! Especially Hope! Happy Halloween! Boo!

Cherie said...

I actually laughed out loud for that one. Very very good! And Happy Halloween! :)

Lucy the Cat said...

Ha ha, Diane! You look great!

That's a really nice picture of your son and pretty grandaughter!

Happy Halloween!


Ralph said...

The first Halloween is so special - for the parents and grandparents! The holiday sleeper is a perfect pumpkin color and yet is practical and can be worn again and again. But the little one will have to get a real costume next year. Allegra was a bunny for her first dress-up Halloween...

MyMaracas said...

LOL love the stick thing. Halloween with little kids is so wonderful. I hope yours was great!

Elizabeth said...

I love Hope's comfy and seasonal little outfit.
What a delight she must be!

Gattina said...

How sweet ! the little striped pumpkin, lol !

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

What a cute grandbaby! Hope you had a good Halloween. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Rebecca said...

Shared an award with you on my blog today.

Rambling Woods said...

Cuuuuuuuuuuuuuute...Yeah the stick would really be a pain... I was curious as to what you use to mulch your leaves Dianne. It seems like such a waste to not use them...Michelle

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Dianne:)


Lovely interesting photos. I am amazed at your ability to change shape and size for the Halloween to entertain your son and grand daughter.

I wonder when you will change your shape again:)

Wish you and your family happy Halloween:)

Carletta said...

Oh my gosh, just look how much she has grown!
Cute shot Dianne!

Congrats on the weight loss, not so much the stick. :)

Patti said...

Well even though I've never met you in real life, I guess I could agree that you have lost some weight, my dear.
Quite a diet you are on!

Hope is adorable. She is really growing up, visiting a pumpkin patch already! My kids were in elementary school before they stepped foot in a pumpkin patch.

What a bad mother I was.

storyteller said...

Wow ... congratulations on your weight loss! How fun to see how Hope has grown ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

My Mellow Yellow Blue Monday post:
Neighborhood Views - Artistic Blues and Yellows

Mountain Photog said...

Love the photo of the little pumpkin. And the Jack-O-Lantern is neat, too. :)

Picture Imperfect said...

Happy Belated Hallowe'en! I love your pumpkin - how cute!

Hope it was a great one for you. :)


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