Witches, Brooms and Vacuum Cleaners


Sophie’s new butler

This weekend over on Weekly Prompts, the site I share with GC, the Photo Challenge is Halloween, and as we’re hoping to get the most from the ghosts this week we are starting a little early.

Trick or Treat – GC asks us to share the photos that fit the theme of Halloween. My own contribution is a family affair and I think my first three from second daughter Louisa fit very nicely within Trickery.


My second eldest grandson was in competition with his mother Sophie for the most unusual Halloween picture. He won!  He borrowed his little sister’s toys, and apparently they had a wonderful treat when the skeleton read the ghost story! I love the ‘cushioned’ seating on the back row!


Next is my youngest daughter Sophie enjoying a Halloween party with little brother Josh!ED12293C-71A4-41CD-A89F-BF91CBF22C13

Elizabeth, my third daugher, contributed this picture of little William, dressed ready for his nursery Halloween Day. 960B03C2-A80D-4350-AB84-B3EFE81E2EBB

My third grandson, eldest daughter Victoria’s son, went for the scary vampire look, while his sister, my eldest granddaughter, chose the infamous Cleopatra!


Dead Dorothy, as shown by Sophie concludes our Halloween pictures. Can’t wait to see what they come up with next week!


(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2018 In response to the photo challenge Halloween from Weekly Prompts.   http://weeklyprompts.com/2018/10/27/photo-challenge-halloween

12 thoughts on “Witches, Brooms and Vacuum Cleaners

  1. Love these! The first couple are so well done. Makes me miss dressing up my little ones! I never did get a chance to build the one I always wanted to. Someday for grandkids!

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  2. gc

    Loved the blog article and the photos Susan. Gets folks into the spirit(s) of the day. Do you think if children shouted “Happy Halloween” instead of “Trick or Treat” the amount of candies they received on neighbors front steps would increase? As a child I could never figure that out.

    I suppose I was like Linus in the “Peanuts: cartoon who will spend all of Halloween evening in his “sincere” pumpkin patch waiting for the arrival of the Great Pumpkin who will bring toys and goodies for the children of the land.

    Oh well….Trick or Treat” anyway. 🙂

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    1. Another import Brian! We used to have Mischievous Night when I was young, never knew Halloween existed, and a Pumkin was something Cinderella used for transport!

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      1. I’ve got used to Halloween now, but I’ll never understand why taking up every American idea is so attractive to so many. Bah humbug!


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