Happy Halloween, Mom!

Your granddaughter, Molly, had a good time shopping for the perfect sweater vest and matching top for you to wear on chilly October days.

Your great-grandchildren, Grace and Gannon, are giving you Halloween treats.  Now you don’t have to go trick’or treating for goodies, but can enjoy the festivities from your easy chair.

They sure do love you a lot, Mom.   We all do.

You’re a very special mother,  grandmother and great-grandmother.


Here are some Halloween jokes to share with your visitors and caregivers:

Q. What do you get when you cross a snowman with a vampire?

A. Frostbite.

Q. What do Skeletons say before eating?

A. Bone Appetite.                                                                                                                                              

Q. Why do ghosts have so much trouble dating?

A. Women can see right through them.


Filed under Dementia/Alzheimer's, memories for grandchildren

2 responses to “Happy Halloween, Mom!

  1. I love your mom’s sweater. The jokes made me laugh (and groan). Happy Halloween to all your family!

  2. Nancy Brummett

    Good ones, Marylin. Sweet post.

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