Thursday, November 04, 2010

Finally, I'm Queen!

So what if it's of a hive of bees? A queen is a queen.

In other Halloween news, Edward's got nothing on Tony...

Sam and his friend Darian chased eachother around all night long...

And Bella flashed her winning smile, oblivious to her sister's plight behind her.

Joey was "too old" (his proclamation, not mine) to dress for Halloween this year (sniff, sniff) and elected to stay in to watch the Steelers/Saints game rather than take the neighborhood for all its candy.

How is it that he's too old and I'm not? Perhaps I'd better not think about that too much.


Jen Savard said...

Y'all look so cute! I love the bee costumes and Tony looks very dapper as a vampire! Did it occur to you that Bella was the cause of Natalie's plight and that's why her smile is so big! Jeff said you are never too old for candy especially free candy and it gave him an excuse to cross dress for the evening! Go to my pics on facebook and you'll see.

Anonymous said...

It's good to be queen!

anna lisa said...

Bet the buzz wore off at 6 am Monday morning!!!!!!

Jay must be an extremely proud worker bee. :)

Sarah said...

love the pics! You guys are so cute. xoxoxoxoxoxoxox
Sarah McCormick
Miss you all

Karin McAdams said...

Gorgeous bees! Did you make those? Tell Joey that Adam, who's his third cousin, I believe, and the same age, did trick-or-treat, unglamorously clad as a haz-mat worker. But it's a lot different when you're the youngest kid instead of the oldest.

Allaire Koslo said...

You are the most beautiful Queen! Light and Love, Allaire
Suzanne to share!!!!
Sunday November 14th at 2pm
to a breast health and cancer awareness play at the YMCA.
Allaire Koslo, actress/activist and Yoga instructor will perform excerpts from the solo play Purple Breasts, a story about one woman’s fight against breast cancer.
The performance will be held in The Legacy Room at the Lancaster YMCA, 43001 10th Street West in Lancaster City Park between Avenue K and L next to Costco. There is no charge; donations will be accepted to benefit Romina Avery's treatment costs.
Discussion to follow the show with one year survivor Suzanne Di Silvestri. So please come to a Sunday Matinee November 14th, 2pm at the YMCA. The show is appropriate for 13 years old and over. It contains humor and is serious too. For more information: 661.609.1481