Halloween, mad pumpkin and falling webs

Oh I tried to be prepared for it but it turned out as always. I had to think about the most important things – the costumes at the beginning but I did it at the very end and used what I had and I had almost.. nothing.. 🙂 But I baked spider webs, spookies (cookies), bloody muffins, tried to make ghosts from marshmallows but I’ve burned them 😀 In the evening I found a dead man’s fingers in our milk, what the??… Then something strange happened – our pumpkin lost his temper and tried to gobble the Sharon fruit .. My little witch and a skeleton ran around trying to get all the spider webs down and as they were not so perfect (the spiderwebs of course:)), they fell down unexpectedly and were eaten at once, not only the webs.. Everyone who came into our door never were the same again.. Later we had a guest – fairly alive but still breathing and we went outside looking for some flesh..oooo.. ☿

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Skeleton story

My younger daughter (5y) says with tears in her eyes:

– I never get any rainbow points at school because I don’t know anything about Skeleton.. 😦

It was so sad I just had to do something and quickly. Well, it didn’t turn out to be so quick because I had to use what we had in our “leftovers” box, I  had to look for the names of bones myself 🙂 oh boy, some of them sound very strange in English 🙂 .. We searched online, learned, constructed carefully, bones, joints, and he came alive!  Pretty awesome model he was. Though he couldn’t move himself (he had no muscles you know..) but he had a very good heart and when I was kissing my daughter goodnight she told me:

– You know mummy, I love him.. 

And it was worth everything. We named him – The Recycled Skeleton 🙂 Don’t you think he’s got something?