Sunday, November 1, 2009


I can tell it is Snow Bird Season here now (a Snow Bird is a person from up north that comes to Florida during the winter to get out of the cold).
Sarah and I was out shopping on Saturday and it was super crowded everywhere!

Sarah was so excited to go Trick or Treating, but my hip was too sore after all that shopping, so I stayed home with the dogs while Sarah and Ken hit the streets.

Ken said it was so many houses that were dark (that is, their lights were off and they were not handing out candy). Only about 1 in 10 houses were accepting Trick or Treaters! Plus, there were a lot less kids out, we did not have that big influx of kids being trucked in from other neighbourhoods, so all in all it was really nice! A bit sweaty with 25 C at 8 PM, but otherwise Sarah had a great night. She only needed 2 minutes to fall asleep at 9:30 PM...

Here are some pictures:

Doctor Sarah

She got lots of candy!


Saltistjejen said...

Vad fin hon var och vad mycket godis hon samlade på sig! Vad tror ni anledningen var att det var så få hus där man hade lampan tänd?

S w e F l o said...

Jag vet inte om svininfluensan spelar in, eller om det bara är dåliga tider. Det var ju dessutom mycket färre barn! Och här kund evi inet klaga på vädret, det var varmt och torrt... Men det verkar överlag som om folk upplevde samma sak över hela USA.


Waow! Så jätte fin doktorn är! Å vad mycket godis! An apple a day keeps the doctor away - eller hur var det nu!? ;-)

Marianne said...

Så söt hon är! Och vad med godis! Nu har hon så hon klarar sig till nästa Halloween!