Friday, November 2, 2012

Scenes from Life

Our Halloween decorations were pretty minimal due to Hurricane Sandy, but I did manage to put lanterns out on the front porch and a pumpkin in the window.

We had a handful of trick or treaters; and one little girl was so cute Peter and I wanted to keep her. I realize that makes us sound like abductors or something, but she was really adorable.

We saved the best treats for us, of course, brownies filled with lots of gooey deliciousness.


Overall, I've just been feeling very thankful this week. Hope everyone has a good weekend. xo, Mary

12 comments:

  1. I like the lantern photo and the picket fence photo. I'm thankful that most kids got to celebrate Halloween since some places in the north postponed it.

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  4. Great fall photos!
    Those brownies look SO yummy!

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  5. Your Halloween looked very nice, despite any minimal decorations. :) Continuing to keep all of you east coast friends in my thoughts. <3

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  6. lovely photos!
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  7. these photos are beautiful, so inspiring <3
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  8. i just got really excited because i have that lantern in green! hehe thanks for linking up in today's blog hop!

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  9. those brownies look unreal. i want some right now!!

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  10. Beautiful photos! The patterns and textures in them are lovely :) I also could really go one of those brownies right now! :P

    The Wildest of Dreams

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  11. lovely fall pictures! and those brownie cake look phenomenal:)

    xx

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  12. Those brownies look damn amazing, if I may say so. Wow. *drools* We literally had a handful of trick-or-treaters at the house, too. The house is in a subdivision in the country, so I think we had twelve or so. I called my mom, though, and asked her how the evening was. She lives in an older part of town (which has only 1,000) people, and hardly gets visitors. However, she told me that she had more than 70 kids visit! That's awesome.

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