No! but I do remember bobbing for apples was quite unpleasant! tee hee, pop by mine as I have given you a very special mention as you are so lovely!Happy Halloween, Sarah x
How lovely !
I don't remember the saying!! But the picture is fantastic!! So nostalgic!!!xxxx
Mai Oui, mais oui!but the pleasure is all mine. Having a dilemna - James May or Holby City!Foxy - Mr.Man! will toss a coin I think, tee hee,Sarah x
I've never heard that phrase before. I do remember being very naughty and bricking up the front doors of lots of family!
Shock, horror!Thrifty Mrs, was once a Naughty Missy!Wx
Never heard the saying before but I have now, would be a great motto for a Halloween stitching project!Lots of LoveKelly xxx
Hi Wendy! I've never heard that one, but the illustration is adorable! Love this music! ;)
this little vintage card is the absolute sweetest!! i just love your blog....so many fabulous things to look at, and the music is great, too! :))
Thats sweet hun..the pic is just gorgeous too!!what are you going trick or treating as though??LOL!!Annie x
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I don't have that particular memory but do remember bobbing for apples, making caramel apples, pumpkin carving, etc. It was such a fun time for a little tyke.
You must have gone trick or treating in the nicer neighborhoods (haha). We stuck that bag out there and simply yelled, "TRICK OR TREAT", and we meant it. We did always say Thank you.Happy Halloween to you, Wendy!