October 28, 2010

Taking a Small Break:

For Halloween of course.                                     Anyone else exhausted?

8 comments:

  1. Yes, I'm exhausted, but this gives 'dead tired' a whole new meaning!

    We are using an authentic mid 19th century heel hugger coffin in a Civil War christmas production that I am directing, Keeping Christmas at Richland Church. It is so somber when it is borne in by Coonfederate soldiers.

    Cool picture though!

    www.historicrichlandchurch.org

    Frank and Pamela

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  2. Great shot!!
    I, too, lay in an authentic period coffin at an event last May. It fit perfectly...yikes! - - I then sepia'd the photo that was taken and it looks so authentic!
    I never posted it, tho' - - - my wife and kids have a very hard time looking at it.
    I should make it my profile page pic on facebook!

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  3. Oh my goodness! The picture doesn't look like a "small" break! That's you, right? You look so pretty. . .I love the apron, I have one just like it.

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  4. You need a prince to come and kiss you hehehehe

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  5. ~Civil Folks, I'd love to see photos from it when you have it!

    ~Historical Ken, I considered that people might feel weird with me posting it but I think my family is okay with it-- they all like Halloween.

    ~Sophia, yes that is me. :D We have matching aprons, great minds must think alike.

    ~Jodi-- I think he's the one that caused that. Just kidding. :D

    ~Sarah Lynn--Thanks! I couldn't have written something better.

    ***I'm glad everyone liked the picture I had a lot of fun posing for it.***

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  6. Stephanie Ann, I posted a pic from last year's production over at our blog, Civil Folks. It is a large picture so you can see the detail. Hope you can see it.

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  7. Wow! That is a fancy coffin! I wish I could have seen that, it looks like a good production!

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