I apologize in advance for the short update today but I have a murder to solve.
Better photos and more details next week.
Thanks for stopping by.
Have a wonderful weekend.
I will persevere. I will keep moving forward. I will be the stream.
"To err on the side of passion is human and right and the only way I'll live."- Pat Tillman, 11/6/76 - 4/22/04 #GoneButNotForgetten
Professor Peacock looks like a cross between Albert Einstein and Glen Campbell.ReplyDelete
I like that description, Debby.Delete
did you kill another log? and WHERE is your peacock feather in your hat?ReplyDelete
No and it's there, anne marie in philly.Delete
I was thinking Colonel Mustard!ReplyDelete
He was a bit of an inspiration, Bob.Delete
I know how these things end. Professor Peacock did it. In the library. Now the message is fading away. Good luck.ReplyDelete
Not this time, Joanne.Delete
What fun! Was the candlestick the weapon of choice?ReplyDelete
Not this time, Bonnie.Delete
What Debby said!ReplyDelete
What I said to Debby, Mike,Delete
Great costume! Major props for getting in the spirit this year!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Bijoux.Delete
I was thinking Professor Erwin Corey.ReplyDelete
I had to look that guy up, Jimmy. Nice reference.Delete
I look forward to the explanation! Happy Halloween!ReplyDelete
hope you got that varmint..ReplyDelete
If by varmint you mean hangover... mission successful.Delete
Love the boots, too!
Hope the kids had fun.
Thanks, Sixpence. We did.Delete
Not too long ago, we were cleaning out a closet down at the farm and found the old clue board game and I have been "introducing" my daughters to the game. They are quick learners because I haven't won a round yet.ReplyDelete
I think that would be a fun game to play with the kiddos.Delete
hope, you can solve soon...ReplyDelete
Hmmm....he has not returned. He was last seen in the lounge I do believe...and where the heck did that candlestick go? Anybody?ReplyDelete
I will never tell.Delete