Friday, December 5, 2008

3 Trick or Treaters, 2 Coloring Turkeys, and a Sword-fighter who wears a tree skirt

Trick or Treat! Ok, so its a little late, but better late than never, aye? Mike was on duty, so Andy & I rendezvous-ed at our friends' Perry & Michele's house. Afterward, we stayed a bit to chill and when I went to look for my car keys.... uh-oh, no keys! So I spent an hour looking up and down the streets in their neighborhood and...nothing. Thankfully, it was Mike's car keys I lost, so I still had MY set in my purse. (for those of you wondering why I "risked" taking Mike's keys, as I was leaving our house, HIS keys were so readily available and I had so much stuff in my arms and hands that it was just easier instead of rummaging around in my purse for my own.) Sadly, there's more- my purse was in the car-- that was locked. So I called our insurance company and they sent out a guy to unlock the car. Michele said she would put up signs for lost keys and check the office on Monday. So, sure enough -somebody had turned them in! So we all have our keys, and all is right with the world again. Whew!

Andy as you can see, dressed as Tigger, and the girls went as pirates! :)

Chasing Monty

Thanksgiving, we covered our coffee table with drawing paper and the kids colored.

All of us helped in setting up the tree... Andy is still confused with what the term "help" means.

Sword fighting with dry doggy bones
Andy has recently picked up sword fighting. We were at the home of a couple in our Young Couples Sunday School class and the guy who led the devotional also brought his boy who was probably about 4 or 5. I went to go check on Andy when I heard 2 little voices sparring at each other,"H'yah! H'yah!" They both had little toy swords and were duelling.