Sunday, October 30, 2011


Beautiful Desi posed for scary photographs! She is all dressed up for Halloween. :-) My husband wrote a "safety manual" for Peke owners, so Desi will help me to share that. First, here is a note from Desi:

Miss Linda,
Mom finally sent my Halloween pictures in my scary spider princess costume. I think I look stunning and I tried to put on my very best scary face. I can not wait for our Halloween party. I am certain to win the best costume contest although Wanda really thinks she has a chance in her Wanda the Good Witch costume. Wanda also has a butterfly costume but she does not like it very much. Mom will send her photos too.

Love and kisses,

Halloween is a fun and magical night when you get to dress up as whatever your dreams desire. One thing the City desires is that everyone has an enjoyable but safe time trick-or-treating. We remind you it is against the law for anyone over the age of 12 to trick-or-treat. Also, trick-or-treating ends at 8 p.m. Please keep these safety tips in mind when you are out with your little ‘ghost’ or ‘goblin’:
1. A responsible Peke should escort children while trick-or-treating. (I think Desi would be great at this important job.)

2. Peke escorts should carry flashlights so motorists can see them

3. All costumes should be made of light-colored, fireproof material.

4. Children should wear proper fitting, comfortable costumes and shoes the complement the Peke.

5. Masks should not be worn respectfully not to embarrass nor frighten the Peke escort.

6. Remind children to trick-or-treat at homes that have porch lights on. For those homes without the light on, the Peke escort will gladly mark the front door mat.

7. Children should never eat treats until they get home because Peke treats are not typically handed out. Treats should be inspected and eaten together to celebrate the occasion.

8. Only allow children to eat unopened candies and other treats that are in original wrappers.
9. Motorists should be patient and slow down and adore the Peke. It happens at home-- why not on professional business.
10. Remember that kids and Peke will be excited and may forget to stop, look, bark, smell, and listen before they cross the street. Please be careful.

Have a happy and safe Halloween.

1 comment:

lady jicky said...

Desi looks the part!

Moi Moi has lollies by the door but ..... I wonder if anyone will knock?