Saturday, October 25, 2014

A Stop at BJ's

Hello Dear Blog Peeps!

Happy Saturday to all!

Made a quick run yesterday into BJs (food-warehouse-of-sorts) to pick up a rotisserie chicken. 

Naturally, I came out with a few more items, too. 

Enjoyed  looking at their Halloween decor.

Here, below, is Spidey. Isn't he cute?

Glad he's  not real, though. He's one big boy!

Mickey is going skeletal for Halloween:

The rainbow goulies are still displayed, too! 

Pretty soon, Halloween will be a just a memory---until next year, when we'll do it all over again.



Terra said...

I enjoy people's creative decorations. We buy candy and give it to our church for our Fall Festival which has lots of games and fun and bounce houses, etc.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Seeing my Grandson dress up and have fun!

Susan said...

Just finished my grandson's costume for this year--a Ninja. I wish they wouldn't rush through the holidays; we already have Christmas decorations up at the malls:-(

Sandi said...

This post got a lot of oohs and awws from my youngest, especially the giant spider of doom.

Made me smile to see you follow my blog!

Thanks and blessings, Sandi

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: in my town this Halloween is not celebrated. The kids at school wear costumes but not most. It's a very American holiday. Nice decor. Keep in touch

Chatty Crone said...

I just think it is a fun time of year where you can let go a little bit more - the weather is right - and the colors happy. I love BJ's!

Kit said...

Putting up all our displays and hearing such wonderful comments on Halloween night. We like to make the kids night special. :) Kit

carolann said...

I like to see the wee Grand kids when they were small dress up. Our grand kids did not do the creepy things.

To-day I think it is over board too much ugly and we have too much ugliness in the world why introduce more.

I like to see the pretty and cute of Halloween. My opinion. You asked.

Melanie said...

Wow, our club didn't have that huge spider. That would freak my kids out. :) Instead, they had a large, inflatable black cat that was really neat. They also had Minnie and Mickie dressed as vampires.

Kind of funny to shop the club this time of year. Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving and remnants of back to school items make for an interesting experience. :)

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