A Trick to Treat You With

A Trick to Treat You With

A Trick to Treat You With

Oh, my! How we have changed!

Gone are the days when we celebrated Halloween in the country, and we four older sisters trudged down the road in our costumes fashioned with potato bags, old plaid shirts, overalls, white sheets or nylon stockings over our faces. We thought we were the cat’s meow! And indeed, we were!

But, hey! Look at some of us now! Such lovely ladies. And not a potato bag in site.

The photographer of course, was not in costume–she had too much to do, just gathering up this crafty coven of witches.

About Audie Jean

I love volunteering for Thrift Shops for Nova West Island. I also spend a lot of time taking photos, making greeting cards, exploring on the computer, and doing all kinds of other things that stimulate learning. It is very important for me that I LEARN or DO something every day. I have a special fondness for milking cows, reading poetry, cutting grass, walking in the woods, chatting with my grandchildren, and much, much more. Life is indeed fun. Reach me at: ajdrakie@gmail.com
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1 Response to A Trick to Treat You With

  1. DohNa says:

    I remember so clearly being driven around the country roads in our Dad’s old station wagon or pickup truck hoping to get some treats. It was the norm back then to have to sing before we would get treats from some of our close neighbours. We were all very shy, quiet girls and usually just giggled while staring at our feet! Wow…nice memories of family fun times.

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