Congrats! I hope the move goes well and you settle in fast. I'm glad you found a good home for your props, but also glad that you kept a couple for sentimental reasons.
Oh Eric, that was so very sweet of you to have the Devil pose with the props . This is now my favorite Halloween picture. Adorable!!! After all the hoops and roadblocks that had to be overcome to get these props to you - to get that picture means the world to me. So happy that I found you to take care of them and let me know if you ever need any help with the events you are planningI just wanted to drop a quick public note to say thanks to "Terra" for her kindness, generosity and willingness to trust me as the curator of her personal treasures. It was a quite a production getting everything in order to make the move from over two states away (in some ways it’s not over), but it was definitely worth the trouble. Now a whole new gathering of kids and families will know her talents — and hopefully we'll make a bigger difference with our charitable endeavors.
As I've said to Terra, it's been a high point in my life to have met her, be entrusted with her artwork, and to be called her friend. So again, thank you — and for those of you wondering, yes she is as sweet in person as she is in all her videos.
Co-curator in training poses with Terra's Hell Horse, Beloved and a selection of tombstones.
Thank you!Congratulations Terra! Best of luck to you and your hubby!
Thanks and I hope so too. Not sure if I can get my favorite 1 1/2" pink foam so I'm having the movers bring four sheets with us - just to be sure I have a supply.Congratulations Terra! Best of luck to you and your hubby! you will always be the queen of the foam an the coolest haunter i know hope you still get to make lots of props an things
CreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeepyCathy, you are one of my most important inspirations to keep those tutorials flowing. Have always loved your support and comments over the years.Wishing you & your hubby all the best on the new chapter of your life. You (& Beloved) were the reason I joined this forum.
Hoping you continue posting tutorials, so I can continue to steal your ideas.
Heck, I kind of think that the legend that churches don't like haunts is quite overblown. There are many, many churches that run haunts. Hope to find one in Texas to help outI saw your video on Facebook. Congrats. I'm glad the props are going to a useful cause.
I think it's a sign that the anti-Halloween movement isn't as prominent, with churches all over the country, doing haunts as fundraisers
Yesh, it's been tough to leave my Kansas friends. Going to KreepFest in Harrisionville was always a hoot and there is a new Kansas Make & Take group that's forming that looks to become a very strong group fast. But, after this brutal winter and coooold spring.... Texas, here I come!its a sad day on HF. Im bummed that we are/were both in KC and was hoping one day we could meet and share halloween ideas and learn first hand some of your great techniques. Its one thing to watch a video of something but much better to witness in person. Congrats on the move, sounds like you are very happy about texas and thats great. Good luck.
Went to Galveston for the first ime last year and loved that place so I hope to visit the Houston area many times in the future. I'll be sure to give you a holler when in town. So, how do I ask for a Dr. Pepper? Do I say, "I'll have a Dr. Pepper Coke?" heheh... this is gonna to be fun. I'm practicing my Ya'lls.Congratulations on the move south Terra!
I am a Midwest transplant (Iowa farmboy) and do not miss those long winters at all.
I hope that you and the hubby enjoy the warmer weather and the lack of snow on Halloween here in Texas.
Here are a few things to know:
-Any kind of cola or pop is call Coke...no matter the brand.
-Supper is now Dinner.
-Instead of "Hey Guys" or "What's Up", it is "How y'all Doing".
-Texas BBQ is "THE BEST" & beer can chix is one of the first things to learn to cook on the pit.
Oh and the last thing...Mountain Shade Manor, my haunt that I do for St. Judes Children's hospital every year, could always use your help if you are ever in the Houston area. (not sure I would pass up Austin for Houston on Halloween, as I hear it is a BLAST)
Anyway. good luck on the move and I hope that maybe someday I can meet the Queen of the Halloween Forum. Also, that was really cool of you to donate to such a great cause.
Thank you and hope the move is smooth too. Been packing up our stuff ahead of time and wowzer! that's a boatload of work. Get to see how it survives when we unpack it. (I'll have a calming glass of wine in hand).Congratulations to both you and the hubby Terra, and Eric as well! That was an exceptionally kind move, donating your props, and very heartwarming indeed! *Big HUG!*
I wish you all the best, & I hope settling into the new abode is as easy as a phantasm floating through the mists! I know I speak for everyone in saying that we can't wait to see the new direction this wind blows you in. Take care, and godspeed.
Right now, not so sure about keeping the Hell Hound. He is a PITA to crate, lol. Thanks for the well-wishes.Congrats! I hope the move goes well and you settle in fast. I'm glad you found a good home for your props, but also glad that you kept a couple for sentimental reasons.
Kind of feel bad for the new owners. Are they going to be for a shock when they see the hoards approach, lol!Wishing you all the best. Those TOTs are sooooo going to miss you.
So can't wait to become a Texan!Welcome to Texas Terra! It's good to have you here!
Thanks very much. I'm happy for hubby that he hit that big 'ole retirement milestone. So far he says he's going to work on his golf game, learn archery and probably bug the crap outta meyour tots are going 2 miss u big time!
congrats on the retirement as well!
welcome 2 tx!