Posted by Julie Wiens Posted on 8:41 PM | No comments


On Halloween, Keith, Kyle and I took a quick trip into Concord. We did a little shopping, had dessert at the Colonial Inn and walked around the Sleepy Hallow Cemetary, where many famous authors are buried. We returned home to find mom enjoying her football.
Henry Thoreau (1862), Nathaniel Hawthorne (1864), Ralph Waldo Emerson (1882), Louisa May Alcott (1888) are all buried here.
Now it was time for the festivities to truly begin. We all started getting the outside decorations in place for the big night.
The caldron had mist coming out of it.
We had music from the Halloween soundtack playing too. Apparently our decorations were too much for some kids as many didn't even ring our doorbell. 
Perhaps it was the cast of characters answering the door that scared off the kids:

This was one of my birthday gifts from Kyle. I even downloaded a tricorder app for my phone.
Here were our pumpkins for the year:

Kyle, as usual was our entertainment for the evening. Most of the video is really dark, but the sound is what we wanted to share.


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