Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Beware the witches and boggarts.

Hey blogmates, it's ghouly night!

Miss O'Dyne
your very own Witchy
will be out trick or treating and we like
treats so we'll be driving this
because we like a lot of treats.
Stock up peoples
or the truck gets you.


R.H. said...

Well if that truck needs a push-start you big heifers will have no trouble doing it.

The Elephant's Child said...

Both of you look spectacular and surely deserve enough treats to fill a fleet of those trucks.

River said...

I hope you don't drive my way, the only thing I've stocked up on are Weight Watchers frozen dinners. Not a treat in sight. Although I could probably whip up a batch of brownies if you were prepared to wait around a while.

JahTeh said...

We may need you RH, first to hotwire the ignition then to steal it.

EC, first time in years we've had enough kids in the street for trick or treat. I haven't taken the wire off the gate to keep the late cat in so they think I might have a dog so kept out.

River, they're horrible to eat but if one is desperate, they'll do. On special were they?

R.H. said...

It's a handy skill, I had to hotwire my own car once when I lost the keys up in Gippsland.

R.H. said...

Good heavens, I just opened my letterbox and found your card. What beautiful writing. But you are not as you claim the Wicked Witch of the West. Miss O'Dyne grabbed that title years ago, and her old daddy is a wizard.

River said...

Yes, on special and I've never eaten them, so thought I'd give them a try. I'm keeping a list of which ones are okay and which to never buy again. So far I've had three okays and one definite never again. I add extra broccoli or peas/beans, it seems to help. I decided it was time to get serious about that 10kgs hanging around my middle.

JahTeh said...

Robbert, never call a boggart a witch, be it on your head if you do.

River, that was one of the objections in the food magazine that the meals were lacking in fibre and needed extra vegetables.