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Happy Halloween 2016!

I love Halloween! One of my favorite holidays, 2nd only to Christmas. I'm slowly collecting some pretty cool decorations (seriously need to buy a new, bigger tote for all of them to fit haha). Mostly indoor decor but trying to move outside with a few.

Enter Scooby-Doo! My brother got him for me for my birthday a few years ago and I've wanted to incorporate him for other holidays too. He holds a banner in his mouth that says Happy Birthday, so I wadded that up and put it in a Halloween treat bag, added a Witches hat to cover the Birthday Hat he's wearing and attached the Witch's broom to his tag. With all that weight, he tends to want to reeeallllyyy lean over, but I just wrap weed eater line (what I had handy LMAO) around his neck and then loop over that thing you see on the left hand side of the left pic.


I finally had the opportunity to wear my Scooby-Doo scrubs too! Although, people thought I'd wore them as a costume, when in fact they weren't! I'm a Direct Support Person.....basically I help a disabled woman with day-to-day living. Anyway, still happy I got to wear them AND my glow-in-the-dark spider earrings (especially since I thought I'd lost them.)


Anyway......

Happy Halloween!!

I'll have a post up shortly of our Halloween adventures tonight later on this week. Not exactly sure where we're going or what we're doing but I'm sure we're gonna have a blast. 😁

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