From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggety beasties and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us! ~a Scottish prayer
I loved this Scottish prayer when I first used it back in 2008, and I love it now.
We’re as ready as we’re going to be for this year’s crop of ghoulies and ghosties.
Pumpkin Man has done his carving. We’ve got two little beauties this year, votive-tested and ready to boo ‘n howl.
The leaves have been falling from the trees all week, readying a good layer of crunch for the little tricksters. This morning, you could actually hear them dropping to the ground.
My neighbor is the King of Fright, and I am the Queen of Comfort.
We make a good team. He goes for the screams. I go for the giggles.
We settled for peanut-free treats this year of the sweet and savory varieties. I can only hope that they live up to their labeling.
FYI Mr. G, honey, I’ve got dibs on any leftover chip bags. I strive for transparency in a marriage. It’s a good thing.
For all you
readers ghouls and gals this Monday, here’s a little Halloween earworm. You may thank me later.
YouTube Video: Spooky Scary Skeletons
Hello, Halloween Monday!
A grand All Hallow’s Eve to my friends who keep it!
P.S. Thus endeth 31 days of National Blog Posting Month, affectionately known as NaBloPoMo. I did it. Yeah, baby. That’s what I’m talking about.