Wednesday, November 4, 2009

All Hallows Eve

The Great Pumpkin did not visit our house this year. Zeke is too young to understand in the first place, and we didn't take him trick-or-treating in the second. Next year we will have the inaugural visit, I think, and Mike is already excited about the possibilities.
We did go to our ward's trunk-or-treat party and had a good time giving away some candy. We went dressed in a group costume - we were the Pythagorean Theorem.
I was waiting for someone to say, "That's not a scary costume!" so I could retort, "Math is very scary to some people," but it never happened.
This picture was taken by one of the boys in my Sr. Primary who, when I asked if he would do me a favor, immediately replied, "Do I have to sing?"
Credit to Dimples for the costume idea. Imitation is the highest form of flattery.

2 comments:

thisismike said...

Brilliantly nerdy! So much fun. We are awesome people.

ol' Bob said...

I've had to explain the costume to one couple we know -- call them the froggy friends. It's been a long time since math class.