Goblins a foot!

Quaid went as a Star Wars "wookie" with red glowing eyes....I of course could not resist the devil horns this year!
I just got in from finishing up spriging a bunch of stuff.....What a weekend and most of it I"m thankful to report was spent in my studio with NPR, Noah Jones, Cold play and a host of other great musical artists.

Aydan...my little turtle.Halloween was a little off this year. We got some rain which threw us into a little bit of frenzy. I didn't get as many "spooktacular" photo's this year as in years past. I may have bribe the kids with more candy next weekend just to put on their costumes again! ( First I guess I'm going to have to let them eat all they got last night.) No matter if it rains or not, its always a good Holiday. Now the race is on for the finish line.....December. I know everyone else out there is doing the same!

Tomorrow will be some photo's of white pots in various stages.

Mckenna, the princess vampire!


Gary's third pottery blog said...

saw you in the horns and was thinking "oooh oohh witchy woman..."...hey, are these pics around your neighborhood? Rather pretty :)

Jen Mecca said...

Yes...I was diggin' my horns!
And also..yes, that is our very old Southern neighborhood. That house across the street from us was the first one on the block and the couple who live there ( in their
80's) have many, many great stories about all the homes on our street. Rumor has it that in our neighborhood during the civil war someone barried money in one of the backyard around here. Lord knows I've had my kids out there diggin' in the dirt plenty of times!!

Anonymous said...

looks like the kids had a great time... i'm just beginning my recovery today. we did miss the rain by a hair. i like the red glow on the first pic. apropos of the satan horns or did you just will that to happen after you put your horns on?

Jen Mecca said...

( I think my husband planned that one......)