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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Faceless Chainsaw Zombies

What I liked about this evening is how much my boys have been looking forward to being cast in Heathcote Botanical Gardens haunted gardens. Remember, my boys, particularly my oldest, likes nothing to interfere with his Xbox and food, so wanting to do something involving some creativity and getting out is a very welcome change. They recruited a friend to come along. Little David wanted to look just like the big boys with a dark cloak. Scott told David he was too small that he would never scare anyone. He actually did really good with young visitors because the big boys were almost overwhelming to young guests.

They tried some acting in the forest.

But where they finally ended up spending most time was in the graveyard (which had no cast members scheduled). They seem to fit right in and personally, I think, was the highlight of event.


fitncrafty said...

Looks like a beautiful place!
Love the ghouls... Where's Max?

Thank goodness you didn't have pouring rain like we did!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

I didn't know Heathcote did something like that! Cool!

I haven't popped by in awhile...a dog, a gutted house. Wowza! I guess life IS busy!

In terms of dog food...We do a bit of raw (chicken wings...marrow bones) there are a ton of great foods that don't have all the nasty filler and beet pulp that they do not digest well.

Hope everything is well with you!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Oh...and LOVE what you are doing to your house!

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