Robin surprised me with her choice for a costume this year: Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast at Tiffany's. Definately different than Robin Hood last year!
We googled how to do the exact hairdo from the movie, got it down after an hour. I should have taken a photo of the back of her head!
We also enjoyed our favorite fall craft show, our four favorite venders were there, Gail the knitting and antique brooch lady, another brooch lady, the crocheted animals lady, and the gourd painting lady. Robin got a lovely pair of alpacka fingerless gloves from Gail, and I got a really neat rustic painted santa on an old tobacco drying rod. Definately a bit of Kentucky folk history for $5!
This month, on Thanksgiving day, will be my baby sister's 50th birthday. I made her a little sumptin-sumptin to remember me. I love that girl!
One of the things we love about Thanksgiving time is Pumpkin pie. I didn't make one this year, but we definitely had some - we spent the day with our dear friends Amy, Ryan, and Charlie Beth and their family. This outfit Robin is wearing is her "pumpkin pie" outfit. The coat is the crust, the shirt is the pumpkin and the hat is the whipped cream.