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HALLOWEEN HOUSE PIX! [personal entry] 
2nd-Nov-2007 09:26 am
Ko12Dec01
As you might remember, the night before Halloween I was in a panic, in need of a graphic for House's PPTH ID badge for Koda's costume.  You guys came through for me; hithaheven sent a scan of House's dosimeter!  I'm so grateful for all the enthusiastic assistance, and I'm sorry for the delay in posting the pics; I'd intended to get them up yesterday--but I spent yesterday morning at the dentist, and the remainder of the day wishing I was sleeping, and--when I was lucky--actually sleeping.

Koda's costume was the hit of the party, and then later, at Walgreen's, we wound up being there an extra hour because everyone there wanted to admire him--and baby!House ate it up!!!  Several people told us it was the best Halloween costume they'd ever seen!  Unfortunately, the pictures don't even begin to do him justice, as--for some reason--they show his hair and stubble as much darker than it was; the grays and silvers and paler browns weren't picked up at all.  You'll have to take my word for it that it in fact looked very much like House's in color (if not in length; oh well).

Koda told me afterwards that it was the best Halloween--and the best family birthday--he'd ever had.  So again, my thanks to all for your assistance in making this happen!!  


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Thoughts 
2nd-Nov-2007 08:16 pm (UTC)
Anonymous
Well...the seven year old insisted on being a pirate. She was all gung ho about the trick or treating experience. The four year old (who is almost five) was reluctant to approach anyone's front door, especially if they had any sort of decorations there. After about ten houses, she asked if we were done yet.

Adolescent boys are not exactly known for liking to have their picture taken. My kids are used to being constantly photographed because I'm a photographer.

I think the glowering works.