At six in the morning, I am sitting here typing this update with a cup of coffee...only a touch above room temperature, while my fingers miss key after key due to being chilled to the bone. The past two weeks have gone by in the blink of an eye (or should I put that in photographer terms? "Snap of a shutter", how's that for being cheeky at 6am?!?). From Husker games at Memorial Stadium, to haunted houses in KC, it's been an exciting two weeks. Even with how busy I am during the day with editing, and running kiddos to and fro, I've managed to get into the Halloween spirit. The house is decked with spooks, ghouls, and the occasional skeleton. It ranks up there with Christmas as being my favorite holiday. A holiday where magic, spookiness, and make-believe come to life. A thrilling combination if you ask me.
I mean...who doesn't eat a waffle under the table while watching your little brother play on his tablet?
The boys were thrilled to see the decorations when they arrived home from Pre-K.
Being the little guy really stinks some times... (In reality, I let him try but he kept eating the caramel instead of putting it on the apples.)
The big skies of the midwest.
GOOOOOO BIIIIIIIIIIG REEEEEED! Go Big Red!
We managed to make it back to Wahoo, our home before Germany, to catch up with old neighbors in a familiar fashion with the fire pit . It is still "home" to us.
Not a day goes by that he doesn't steal the blinking lights from the pumpkin lanterns.
The fog was thick this morning. The houses was shrouded in darkness, but a dim glow came in through the upstairs windows.
Human, where are you?!?
The last moments of dusk reflected in the house windows.
Haunted house selfie. We're such a freight to see!
All of my guys enjoying a roller coaster ride. (Sean may beg to differ.)
Go Abram go!
A chilly practice. Good thing the coaches make the practices fun and interesting for the kids.
Muffins in the morning light.
This was a bribe...I have no shame in that. We all made it out of the store in one piece and with all the ingredients we needed.