Monday, November 3, 2008

Halloween Part II costume did NOT turn out. I look nothing like Woodstock except I'm in yellow. But I don't know how else we would've done it.

Anyway, my boys looked adorable!

And I'll leave you with a picture of my Moose petting my parents' cat, Elvis. I was worried because she's old & he's not always gentle with animals. BUT Moose surprised me and was really sweet to her, really only petting her back and being super nice when he grabbed her tail (just letting it slide out of his hands).

On another note, tomorrow is Election Day. Please, I beg of you, be informed before you head to the polls. Don't listen to just what the media says; look for CREDIBLE sources and check out all of the issues (Supreme Court justices, gun control, abortion, taxes, control over Wall Street, etc.).

I ask that you guide the voters tomorrow in their decisions at the voting polls. Lord, I worry about the future of this country, but I revel in the democratic process. I pray that those using the electoral votes listen to the people of their states and vote accordingly.
And if you could secure the win for McCain, that'd be great! ;)


Tiffany said...

Haha, thanks for your comment! I went ahead and ordered the invitations anyway. This is a one time deal and we're saving a ton of money by not doing a reception/dance anyway, so I figured it wouldn't be such a big deal.

I'm getting really anxious and really excited at the same time. I think the flowers are going to be the most expensive! I think I'm doing red and white roses, and I love how they smell when they're real, so I think that's the way I'm going with that. Since the wedding is Valentine's Day, makes sense to do red and white. I have so much to do and so little time to do it in, but I think everything will turn out amazing! I've seen weddings done in less than 6 weeks, so I'm pretty sure that 3 months is do-able. Thanks for your great comments all of the time! I'll try to respond more often. :)

Take care,

Kat said...

Thanks so much for posting about my contest! I am feelin' the love!

And ya'll are adorable in your Halloween costumes. I must admit to being overwhelmed by the idea of figuring out a costume. I was relieved when friends of our switched from costume parties to fall parties.

And even though we are on opposite sides of the political spectrum...I am loving everyone getting out there to rock the vote. Everyone should have their voice heard. And the turn out and the early voting - so very exciting...

angie said...

You guys looked perfect. Yellow's a good color on you, too! :)

I thought New Moon was a little harder to get into without Edward, too. But, it quickly reeled me in. :)

Hairline Fracture said...

I think the costumes were great. I don't know how you could have made yourself look more like Woodstock-- you even had the feathers.

I voted early. I'll be watching the returns far too late into the night, tomorrow. Go McCain!

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Honey Mommy said...

Cute costumes!

I am happy that I already voted. It will be interesting to see how everything turns out.

Aubrey said...

Lovin' the costumes! And yes, your boys look adorable!
While reading your prayer, I hope you don't mind that I substituted the name mentioned in there. :-)

ChickenLittle said...

Fun costumes! :)

Ginny said...

That came out though, the only thing I could think of is maybe more feathers on your head. Very cute family costumes.

Angie said...

You guys looked awesome! I don't think I could get my hubby to wear a costume.Your hubby is a great sport!

Keep praying and have faith!

EmmaP said...

i love the costumes! good job!

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