My photos this week don't tie together as well as I like, but I did manage to get something for all the prompts: Dress Up, Candy, Fall Colors, Trick or Treat, and Photographer's Choice.
1. Dress Up
Believe it or not, I didn't see one trick or treater in person this year, so I had to go out of the box to find a photo for dress up. Lots of pictures of them were posted on facebook. It seems Mario is still a popular costume choice. This photo is one of the candy containers my daughter purchased to put treats in for her wedding reception summer before last. We saved this one for her memory box.
Last night I started a novel for NaNoWriMo 2014. We are supposed to eat chocolate while we write, right? This brand of dark chocolate is the only candy I eat regularly. Oh, wait, these packages are empty. Does this still count?
3. Fall Colors
Last night was the first freeze of the season here in Okmulgee. I haven't seen many fall colors yet. This shot of blazing orange sunshine on the trees as the sun was going down a few nights ago is pretty close, don't you think?
4. Trick or Treat
I'm picturing this across the candy bowl. Trick or Treat if you dare!
5. Photographer's Choice
My daughter and her husband live a little over an hour's drive from me, where they work and attend college. Every few weeks they come home for a visit, but I am usually busy at the flea market. Even though they sleep at my house, we don't get a chance to visit much. This weekend they came to see us at the market as we were closing up for the day. They had a lot of fun battling with a cane on the motorized wheel chairs we have for sell. Afterward, we enjoyed dinner together at a local mexican restaurant. This is my Photographer's Choice photo for this week.
This is it for Scavenger Hunt Sunday this week. Let me know what you think about my choices for this week by commenting. I'm on the way over to your blog to see your interpretations for the prompts, then I have to get busy writing another couple of thousand words on my NaNoWriMo novel toward the 50,000 word goal. Are you participating in Nation Novel Writing Month this year?