I just dropped off a purple crayon, a grim reaper and a camouflaged ninja at school. Don't ask me, their dad took them to pick out costumes this year. I'm so very thankful for the crayon. Graham would dress as a stripper if it were up to her.
In keeping with Halloween decor, I wanted to share one of my most favorite dining rooms. Ann and I worked on this together a couple of years ago for a wonderful, very trusting client. Most clients won't let you paint their dining room Hermes orange. Thankfully she did...
Ann painted a beautiful mural on one wall which is very fitting for our new blog look -- "Birds of a Feather".As promised, we are so happy to announce our winner of the Thomas Paul skeleton wrap. The lucky winner is... drum roll... Melissa Tarleton from Greensboro! She sent in her Halloween decor tips and goes all out for the holiday. They tie ghosts to the porch ceiling fans and deck out the porches with pumpkins, gourds and spider webs. Thanks Melissa for participating!
On another note, we are so blessed to be safe and dryI am sad for the children up north who will not get to trick-or-treat this year because hurricane Sandy pulled a trick of her own. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this horrible storm.
Have a wonderful time tonight and stay safe!
Bye bye birdie,