Living in Headless Horseman territory means that Halloween is a month-long event. Banners fly high over the main street, telling the tale of the night the monster rode across the famed bridge. A sinister scarecrow greets all those who dare drive or wander the streets. It is a sight to behold. And the traffic from all of the tourists? Possibly the spookiest part of all!
This year, we added our own little blue monster to the mix. Activities for the youngest goblins in town took place on Friday afternoon. Little did we know that these would be the only town activities we would be able to experience this year as Mother Nature had an entirely different type of scare up her sleeve the very next day (more on that coming soon).
So the monster was suited up and we made our way through town charming, er, scaring, everyone in our path...
And a wild, wonderful time was had by all...especially Mama and Baba who soaked up every minute of this little monster's joy.
30 something. Madly in love with my husband, two delicious boys and my Canon 50D. Looking to live a faithful, grateful life each day. SAHM, Project Lifer, photography enthusiast, home cook (the easy crock-pot type) and baker. Love walks around the river town we call home and travel to anywhere a plane will land.