Sunday, October 30, 2011

Earl's Halloween Costume...

  He's a snowball!

Forget frost on the pumpkin... Crazy weather here in Philly, it snowed all day yesterday!

But it was cozy inside.
Happy Halloween Everyone:@)

I'm joining:
Seasonal Sunday

45 comments:

  1. Earl looks to be in need of a parka! Poor porky guy.

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  2. Love Earl's costume. We only had rain.

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  3. Talked to my sister (Eastern Shore of MD) and they got a few flurries.

    Earl needs some earmuffs and snout warmer!

    Happy Halloween! OH.. I just spotted that boopie!!!
    Be still my heart!!!

    And I DON'T like this new blogger slide-show feature when I click pics. Do you? I like the click the pic for a larger view... and could actually see all the tiny details in a pic... or a quilt... or whatever. OK, I'm done. Have a great day!

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  4. I think Earl likes being a snowball!

    I can't imagine snow before Halloween. Stay warm and Happy Halloween!

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  5. Isn't the weather crazy. We have so many broken limbs all over the yard. Enjoy Halloween and I love the pig with the snow halo.

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  6. Lynn, this might be Earl's best look yet but he doesn't look too happy to be in the snow. Have fun and stay warm!
    Shannon

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  7. Earl needs a warm hug!!! What crazy weather!!!

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  8. Beautiful but looks very cold to me. I can't even imagine getting snow but every year we wait and hope for just a few flurries.
    Brenda

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  9. Earl looks adorable! We want snow in Texas. We carved punkins and sat around a toasty fire outside yesterday though..so I can't complain!

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  10. Love the look Earl, it's so kool!

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  11. So jealous! Earl has all the fun...

    Happy Halloween :)

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  12. Earl looks chilly but happy. There's something exciting about that crossover from fall into a taste of winter. As long as the snow doesn't start now and continue straight through!

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  13. Hopefully it will all be melted soon! We had at least a couple of inches. Earl makes a cute snowball. Happy Halloween to you! xo

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  14. Way too much snow for Halloween! Poor Earl! Hope he got inside and warmed up by that cute pumpkin! Have a happy Halloween!! hugs, Linda

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  15. Wow, I didn't realize the snow hit yur area too. Stay warm and cozy!

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  16. Great post! Earl looks adorable! We got about 6 inches here.
    Stay warm!
    xo Yvonne

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  17. Bundle up Earl!! Keep warm ;)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  18. Oh my goodness, Earl looks super cute in his frosty Halloween costume...love it!!!

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  19. The best HAlloween costume 2011 is Earl's one!!!!!

    I can't believe you are "under" snow 2 days before Halloween, hugs, Flavia

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  20. Now down south we say "oooooshie"!!! That snow makes me cold! Too cute, thanks for sharing! Visiting from Seasonal Sundays...

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  21. It looks cold out there! Poor Earl!..Christine

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  22. I love the piggy in the snow!! So cute!!

    Happy Halloween:))

    Hugs to you,

    Kay Ellen

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  23. LOL Earl, I thought you were a Snowbunny!!! :D Happy Halloween, Earl!

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  24. Earl looks cute! I feel bad that the trick or treaters will have to be out in the cold and snow. That happens here, too but not yet this year.

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  25. It's too early for snow. Earl looks like he's having a (snow)ball.

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  26. HAHAHAHA! I promise I'm not laughing at the snow. I'm laughing at Earl. You are too funny!

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  27. Brrrr...Earl sure does look cold, but it does make a nifty halloween costume. Keep warm! :)

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  28. Earl is such a delight. Happier than a pig in a snowball.

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  29. Earl looks adorable covered in snow!
    Thankfully, we did not get any accumulation here in Brooklyn, and my power stayed on.

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  30. Earl does look precious but it's way too early for snow. Still, I do love indoor cozy, so it couldn't have been all bad. Happy Halloween!

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  31. I laughed out loud when I saw poor Earl....you have the most wonderful sense of humor, Lynn! Too, too funny but NOT that white stuff. I can't believe we lucked out & didn't get a single snowflake this time. I'm sure our turn will come, though.

    Happy Halloween, Honey!
    Rett

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  32. I hope Earl got to come in & warm his piggy toes :) I was aghast yesterday when I saw all the SNOW up your way~ Hope you are warm & cozy today. Happy Halloween!

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  33. Love Earl's Halloween costume! So funny. Pat

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  34. i love what you did with your header! so stinking cute. i know, do you believe this snow already here? ridiculous!

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  35. OHHHHHHHH, not yet! How all that snow missed Ohio is beyond me. Usually we get it and send it along to you guys in Pennsylvania. Maybe the jet stream is gonna work in our favor this winter. I pushed so much snow last winter that I about wore out the shovel! Earl is gonna have frost bitten little piggies if he stays out in the snow too long, lol

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  36. You are so brilliant - what a great idea putting him in a snowball - you go girl. sandie

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  37. Earl is not only a snowball but a goofball too..Happy Halloween! xo

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  38. Poor Earl!
    We didn't get snow, the city did. But we lost power from the wind and rain.
    Meatballs look good!

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  39. Earl looks "cool" in his Halloween costume. :)

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  40. LOL!

    This is one of my favorite posts, ever! EARL!!!!!

    XO,

    Sheila

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  41. Always so special to visit you here!

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  42. It's always hard telling what that little porker is going to be up to....I'm not looking forward to the white stuff.

    Love your Jack-o-Lantern. I didn't even get the chance to carve one.

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  43. HAHAHA, I just noticed "Earl the Snowman"!!! TOO CUTE!!! I can laugh about it now! I had to cry back then though when it was DOING ALL IT'S DAMAGE and left us powerless for over a week, UGH!!! I'm certainly glad it wasn't a prediction of our winter!
    Big Hugs,
    Donna

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