Saturday, October 24, 2009

I've been BOO'D!

Me, Sis, and friend back in the day!
I'm the one with the big, black buttons
which is the only thing I remember
about the costume. Sis is the cat in black.

You Have Been BOO'd!

The air is cool,
the season is fall,

Soon Halloween will come to all.

Ghosts and goblins, spooks galore...
Tricky witches at your door.

The spooks are after things to do,

In fact, a spook brought this "BOO" to you.

The excitement comes when friends like you,

Copy this note and make it two.
We'll all have smiles on our faces,

When we see who Boo'd who's places.

I was Boo'd by Amy at Whisperwood Cottage. Now...

The following 4 ladies have been officially BOO'd...

1. Colleen at Utah and clever!
2. Lori R at Altered Glass...creative in so many ways!
3. Tina at Glue on my creative but right now fighting cancer with all she's worth!
4. Donna at Brynwood Needleworks...projects and more!

This BOO party was started by Toni at The Tattered Cottage. Please keep the fun going by following these instructions.

1. You have 24 hours to work your spell

2. Copy and post the Halloween Boo Poem with the instructions for playing.

3. Pick 4 blogs you enjoying visiting and tell why you enjoy visiting them, with a link to their blog and remember to link back to me.

4. Go to the original BOO Party post at the Tattered Cottage and add your MckLinky.

5. Let's see how fast and far this spreads between now and Halloween.


  1. THANKS CHER.... I will take time tomorrow to figure out my assignment!!! You are such a dear and I love ya!!!!

  2. Hi Cher -
    I'm so happy you are playing along in my little "Boo" Party :) I'm having so much fun discovering new blogs. Love the photo of you and your sis...too cute :) I'm off to visit you for a little while.

    The Tattered Cottage

  3. Hello
    I am visiting all the other boo'd gals. I became a follower and hope you will come by my blog and do the same.
    I am in awe-fighting cancer--my mom did too and she is our walking miracle. She had paratanele (sp?) it is treated like the deadly silent ovarian.
    I would love to chat with you--I have always wished we could build our own home so our children would have knowledge of how to do something like that but have no idea where to even begin.

    Love your blog--we lived in McKinney Texas for awhile--what part are you from?


  4. I just spoke with my cousin Ruthie in Brancville NJ - they always have a ton of kids treak or treak in her little town - it's like a modern Mayberry - this year she ran out of candy 20 minutes before the end of the deadline and when they all gather for the big parade of kids in costume and party - she gave out 1000 pieces of candy this year - she's 77 and had a ball. Jennifer


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