Friday, November 6, 2009

Candy wars


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Who said Halloween candy was all for eating?

16 comments:

  1. When the war is over the good guys can have a yummy candy snack.

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  2. You'll have to let us know who comes out the winner! Smiles to you:) Those boys of yours are so creative! They always come up with such fun ideas!

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  3. Liss, exactly!

    Kaleena, the winner I believe, is me! They'd much rather play with the candy than eat it. I love watching their creativity too :)

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  4. you just have to love kids....

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  5. Ok, they are BRILLIANT little boys! That was so imaginative... love them.

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  6. Isn't it wonderful that our children can be so creative with just every day things! Who needs all those expensive toys! :0)

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  7. vicky, your boys are so creative! Chloe would NEVER use candy for anything other than to put it in her mouth...that is her favorite food of course.

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  8. I love it.....very funny. Kids are great.

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  9. What fun Vicky...and I would have never thought to have photographed it...clever of you, too!
    We've (hubby and I) been working on "Operation Christmas" child....packed our boxes tonight...and had such fun shopping for them. We could put candy in them as long as it was the kind that could melt. We only put a little candy, though. I packed a box for a girl, and Jack packed one for a boy....what fun...and the problem was to STOP so that the lid would close. I put pencils, pens, coloring book, crayons, notepads, a small toy, toothpaste, toothbrush, underwear, shampoo, soap, handcream, etc...and instead of putting the items in a shoebox this year, our pastor suggested buying a shoebox sized container with a lid...and the children could use it for storage later. We thought that was a great idea. We are still in N.C. and shopped at Wal Mart tonight.
    When I looked at your candy, I thought of the fun your boys had with their candy...and hopefully the children in other parts of the world will have fun with the items being sent to them. Operation Christmas Child is such a wonderful outreach program...
    I hope that you have had a good week. It has been clear and beautiful up here. I hate to return home.
    Give your boys a hug for me. They are certainly creative...and I am glad they had a safe and happy Halloween.
    Much love,
    Jackie

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  10. P.S.
    Oooops...I didn't want to delete the entire comment because so I'll add a P.S....I made an error (imagine that!) I meant to say we could send candy in the boxes as long as it was the kind that "couldn't melt"....
    Another smile from Jackie

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  11. I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!! CAN I PLAY????? What a terrific post!! So glad you saw the potential in this fun moment, and whipped out your camera to share it with us! Have a lovely weekend!! You have made mine more joyful with this post...and truly blessed with your lovely words to me!! Love you! Janine XO

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  12. My kind of game! Alas, the left over Halloween candy at my place has gone from my lips to my hips. I'm now a kids anymore!!

    I just passed an award on to you!

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  13. Fun! I love seeing the things kids can turn into toys.

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  14. That's a great idea. I'm going to have my boys try it out. Two of them don't eat any candy really so it's a great use of all that trick or treat loot :)

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  15. These children are geniouses! Did I spell that correctly? LOL

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  16. Had I been around, the Kit Kats wouldn't be visible in the pictures ;-)

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