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"God gives us dreams a size too big so that we can grow into them."

Friday, September 7, 2007

Halloween!


I am so excited about halloween this year! (as I am every year :) )
I have already started to buy halloween decorations & am planning a halloween party. It won't be ON halloween night if it is a week night, but I was thinking the saturday or sunday night before halloween we should have a big party. I kinda want to have a costume party, but I don't know how into that all of the adult will be. I love dressing up and I think it would be a lot of fun! What do you ladies think? If everyone is dressing up I think I could get Ben to dress up (which he HATES :) )

I think we should also have a pumpkin carving contest and lots of great food! So let me know what you guys think (especially about dressing up because I have a feeling I am way more into that than most of you might be).

7 comments:

cindy said...

I would love that and I know I can twist Grandpas arm too! That would be so much fun. We could have a bonfire too!

Leah Wentzel said...

i was thinking that too (about the fire) I think i want to get one of those enclosed fire pits...

Ben said...

I'll dress up as a casualy dressed car salesman with a very large watch! :)

cindy said...

Ben no way I remember how matt dressed like a used car salesman. You can do that ;-)

Alyssa said...

We will party with you all online:)!! lol
Chris wants to have the carving contest too, and says we can do it here, and then put it up for votes:)! How fun! We love dressing up too. The last time we did a dress up party was at Ja and Vonda's house for the 80's party. What a riot that was:)! I need to find our pictures from that.

Vicki Aeschliman said...

I don't mind dressing up but I don't know if I can twist Dave's arm. I think it would be fun though. We could all wish Todd good luck for the BIG run on the 3rd. In fact I don't know if Todd would be able to go. He might already be in NY.

cindy said...

Todd dosen't need good luck he has the Lord on his side ;) We will keep him in our prayers.