Giveaway Fun with Photos

Ann H Gabhart Ann's Posts, One Writer's Journal 32 Comments

Photo 2 Here’s a new photo just waiting for your clever caption or sensible caption or funny caption. By leaving a comment you can get an entry into my November giveaway. You’ll have four chances to throw your name in my drawing hat with four different photos to come up with a fitting caption. Or be crazy or silly. Just don’t be mean. You know that might be good advice for living. The not mean part, anyway.

Many of you came up with neat captions for Sunday’s picture. Loretta’s advice about eating  broccoli to keep from turning white was cute. Several of you were spot on with realistic “I want mommy” captions. I especially liked Kathleen’s where she has the kid saying his mother doesn’t let him “play in the flour.” I liked Lucy’s where she has the little boy asking if his nanny is going to shave because he thought only papaw did that. Connie Lee has him crying for help since a “ghost” has him.

So I said I’d come up with a caption this week. Let’s see. How about “I thought they said they would have candy here.” You can tell I have a sweet tooth. I do have plenty of leftover candy because no kids came trick or treating to my door and one of my grandkids was sick with the flu so I couldn’t go dump my candy in their treat bags. Did you have trick or treaters? Did you eat any of the candy yourself? I mean, nobody ever said only kids get treats.

I knew you would all come up with imaginative captions for Sunday’s photo. And now you can see what these girls are thinking or saying. A good picture for the Halloween season. Something is definitely going on. Leave your caption suggestion in a comment and get an entry in the drawing to win a couple of books, one of mine (winner’s choice) and a grab bag book. I’ll pick the three winners on Sunday, November 13, 2016. You must be 18 to enter.

Thanks for reading and for playing my caption giveaway game. Now I think I’ll go find one of those leftover treats.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      That bad dog, Paula! 🙂 That would work for the picture. She wouldn’t like a dog slobbering all over her dress for sure.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      She does look like she’s worried about something on the floor, Lisa. Cute caption. I’m going to tell you my caption tonight. I think it’s very appropriate. Not true for the picture, but fun anyway.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      Cute caption, Connie, and certainly reason to be jumping up with an expression of dislike. Thanks for playing my giveaway game.

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  1. Linda D. McFarland

    “Oh no, those shoes don’t match this dress….what was I thinking!”
    You always have such fun giveaways. I enjoy reading all the comments! Blessings! Linda

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      Ann H Gabhart

      Thanks, Linda. I try to make them fun. This caption would fit my other family of grandgirls more than this one, but I like it.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      Your spelling works as good as mine, Carolyn. We get the idea. Thanks for playing my caption game. I’ll have to hunt up a good picture for Sunday.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      Funny, Loretta. A mouse would bring a squeal for sure. I might be faster to scream about the killer chihauhau myself. One of those rascals bit me numerous times when I was a kid visiting one of my friends. Never have liked chihauhaus much since then. Wonder why?

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      Ann H Gabhart

      That brings a little different slant, Sandi. And her little brothers might have chewed on her shoes if they thought it would get her hopping.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      I’m guessing you aren’t a big fan of spiders crawling around on your skirt either, Kathleen. In fact, although the picture is from some years ago, I think you might have figured out what actually brought on this scream.

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      Ann H Gabhart

      Then it’s good to make a move toward the bathroom, Pat. But the big sister looks amused. It could be she’s done something to start the episode!

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  2. Margaret Nelson

    Aarrgghh! I think I just sat on my crown!

    We rarely have trick or treaters, as we live at the end of a long, dark driveway. This year, a couple of older gals came by, because they thought my cousin and her husband were coming to our house, and they’d lost track of them earlier. I hadn’t bought any candy anyway, so just gave them some we had on hand for ourselves 🙂

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      Ann H Gabhart

      Now this caption might work, Margaret. Sitting on a crown would not be fun. So you live back a dark spooky lane that would give kids chills. Sounds about perfect for some Halloween fun. Lol. Around here, since they wait to give up daylight savings time until after October, most of the kids have already made their neighborhood rounds before dark.

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