Monday, November 3, 2008

I AM the Wiz! Nobody Beats Me! Nobody!

Now that it is almost a week later I am finally getting around to posting up a couple of pictures from my Trick or Treat at the Library program. I can't have you missing out on seeing me as a wizard for the entertainment of some very lucky 2-6 year olds. Because that is the coolest thing ever, right? Um, right.




I'm the Wiz! I'm the Wiz! I'm the Wiz!

10 comments:

The Furtive Wangler said...

You at least made the effort - staff in my local library didn't bother to do anything for Halloween this year and infact, I didn't see anyone in the shops dressed up either. What a lot of bores!

daffy said...

Woot look at you! You are a wiz! What a brilliant wiz you make. I bet the kids had a great time, you are such a good sport! What a wizzy lady you are! xx

Tara said...

Um, here's a fact, you're the wiz! Yup...you're the wiz!

Awesome, thank you for sharing the photo with us!

Tara said...

PS: I love the new blog color and design!

Cricket said...

That hat is incredible!

And how'd those kids stay so still? You are truly a Wiz!

aliencg said...

Good pictures, Wiz. Looks like you were able to cast a spell to maintain control.

laura b. said...

FW: Aw, that's too bad! Halloween is a great favorite of mine.

Daffy: A good time was had by all. They were excited to be in their costumes mostly, so I can't take much credit there.

Tara: Another one of my fav Seinfelds :-)
Thanks! I need a change every so often.

Cricket: I found that hat and it decided this year's look for me.
I could tell you how I kept them in line, but then I'd have to...eliminate you....bwahahaha!

AlienCG: Thanks, Alien. They were as controlled as a large group of 2-6 year olds could be under the circumstances. It's my job :-)

Mrs. Hairy Woman said...

I bet the kidds loved it.. You look great and it's nice when the adults can partake in the festivities..

Churlita said...

That's a great costume and it looks really comfy too. Which is really important for practicing all that wizardry.

laura b. said...

Mrs: The adults have their little visits while their kids are occupied. This pleases everyone :-)

Churlita: You hit the nail on the head there...comfort is essential when making the magic happen.