Saturday, November 5, 2016

The Festival

On Halloween weekend, we had  the girls on Saturday. Here is what we did:
We made spider web pumpkins.

We went to a trampoline arena. Anne is in the red.

They tried on costumes, and then we headed to a big Halloween Festival.

They got to sit in a big fire truck!

And they got balloon animals.

Some other things to see there. This was the giant tiger slide. And there were giant lines waiting to slide.

Skunk Baby.

Check out this little girl. There were candles around the top of her hat.

Three Amigos...and their mom.

A strolling Priest.

Tweedle Dum & Tweddle Dee.

And there were plenty of animals, too. Here is a cute ballerina.

And Lobster Dog!

Thanks for spending the day with us! It was fun, but we were really worn out at the end of the day!

God, the God of Israel, says, ‘Free my people so that they can hold a festival for me in the wilderness.’”
Exodus 5


20 comments:

Anne said...

What fun pictures. What a fun day. Loved the lobster dog. It cracked me up.

Ann said...

That looks like a really fun day. Love that giant tiger slide. The baby skunk is pretty cute. There were some clever costumes there

Nancy Chan said...

I can see that it was a very fun day outing for you and the grand kids. Cute photos!

Sandra said...

the skunk baby is adorable. wow on Ann on the trampoline. looks like you all had the perfect family Saturday. that is one big TIGER...I would like to sit in the fire truck myself. and you know I love the dogs

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Looks like Ann on the trampoline is so very graceful and has perfect style!!
Cute Girls Ginny.

And the costumes...tweedle dum and tweedle dee plus the baby skunk get my vote for originality and cuteness!!

Thanks as always for stopping by for a visit at I'd Rather B Birdin' and here at Hootin' Anni's

Have a great Sunday.

From the Kitchen said...

That adorable girls are lucky to have grandparents who like to have fun!!

Best,
Bonnie

Tamago said...

Looks like it was such a fun day! I love the header photo. How adorable your grandkids are :-)
And I'm so impressed by Anne on trampoline. She is very athletic!
I enjoyed all the Halloween costumes. Thank you for sharing those fun photos :-)

Gail said...

What a wonderful outing. I would have loved that!

DawnTreader said...

Nothing like that going on here! ;)

Ruth Hiebert said...

You may have been tired, but I'm sure the girls had a blast.SO many memories were made on that day.

Bobbi and Gracie said...

What fun pictures, Ginny! Looks like the girls had a blast... They are all so beautiful! I love the lobster costume on that big dog.

Carla from The River said...

FUN!
I love the skunk. :-)

My favorite costume this year was Mary Poppins, she had the bag, the umbrella, the hat, it was so good. I learned later her mom made the bird on the umbrella. :-) Such fun creativity!!

Tanya Breese said...

what a fun day! i enjoyed all the costumes and that skunk baby is adorable!

Betsy Adams said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time with the grandchildren on Halloween weekend.... They are all PRECIOUS. Lots of adorable costumes.

Hugs,
Betsy

Denise inVA said...

Looks like you and the girls had a whole lot of fun Ginny. I like how everyone was so imaginitive with their costumes. Thank you for your sweet comments while I was off line. I really appreciated them :) I her so many people getting sick around here too. It's that time of the year I guess. Take good care of yourself too and have a great week!

Chris Scheuer said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time and saw so much fun stuff. Love the skunk baby :)

Rose said...

It looks like a good time was had by all!

SweetMarie said...

your granddaughters are so pretty and look so happy! love seeing smiling faces. :)
my maternal grandfather was from Charlottesville. I'm looking forward to visiting there. :) Hope to meet you when one day too. :)

Shug said...

Fun times Ginny....I can tell on all of their faces that this was a great time. You are always so creative with your photography...I enjoy this about your blog..

reana claire said...

What an interesting parade, Ginny! I would love to be there and take pictures too... next time I hope to visit US at the end of the year and enjoy Christmas!