Halloween Weekend 1 – 2010


It is “I” Maxwell Moose!  I have coooome   tooooo

tell you all about our Halloween Weekend!

What?  Did you think I was going to suck your blood or something?

I can’t believe how many kids we had here.this past weekend!  Whoa! Everywhere I turned, there were kids.

Kids to the left of me,

kids on the right!


We had loads of fun too!

There were Arts and Crafts every day, Story Time, and horseshoes.

There was the waterballoon slingshot and four tables of Jewelry Making

Awww!  Look what these guys made . . .

for their ladies.

There were Halloween Games on the playground with witches brooms

and a scavenger hunt too.

This was all lots and lots of fun!  But I really, really wanted to get to the main event!  You know –

Trick or treating!

But Tami said we had to wait till 6:30.

“Go and play,” she said.

She’s always telling me to go and play. Sheesh!

So I went on down to the Witch’s brew eating contest, hoping to fill my belly .  Nobody told me I’d have to eat it with my hands behind my back!

Yikes!  It took hours to get it out of my fur . . .

I wonder how long it took them to get that spaghetti sauce off their faces??

Finally, all the trick or treaters started showing up at the office

And there soooooo many of them!

Do you think Tami would let us go trick or treat, though??


She got up on her little-itty-bitty  box and gave us the ruuuules . . .

But all I heard was “blah, blah, blah, candy, blah, don’t knock on doors, blah-”

I bet that’s what the rest of the crowd heard too!

Can’t you see them thinking  . . . “CANDY!  Give me candy! I neeeeeed CANDY!”

Finally – Tami stopped blah, blah, blahing and told us to “Go . . . Have fun!”

So we did!  We trick or treated until the costume party started –

and what a party it was.

there were lots of games like eyeball golf, spider ring tossing and the 7-11 game.

There were some . . . um  . . . innnn-teresting characters too!

I begged and pleaded with the gamers to let me play games  too

But they told me I  had to talk to Tami first.

Tami grabbed by trick or treat bag and said I had to pay a toll to play the games.

A TOLL??!!

“Does everyone has to pay a toll?” I asked.

“Nope,” she said, patting my nose.  “They all get to play for free all day, every day.  YOU have to give me five pieces of candy from your trick or treat bag, big guy.  Per game.”

She’s sooooo mean!

There were snacks too.  Like skewers of Witch’s Warts, Monster Boogers, Blood clots, Eyeballs, and Human Flesh . . .

They were wicked yummy.

I want to give a big shout out to our amazing party crew . . .

plus Kate Smith with her cool spider ring toss – who isn’t shown here, I’m sorry to say – unless she came to the party dressed up as a ghost.  Yeah – I think I see her there behind Bryant!

We couldn’t have done it without you guys!

You’re the bestest!


Now don’t feel too sad, if you missed out on this weekend.

‘Cause we’re doin’ it all over again . . .

Next Weekend!!

Halloween 2!!

I wonder what I’ll dress up as this time . . .