Halloween Night 2013
Halloween, 2013, has come and gone. Do I say I am glad October is over or do I miss it already?
This month has been a storyteller's delight with stories and more stories. The events have been varied in all ways.
I must admit the moment I take the stage the light is green and I am whisked away into a world of abandonment where I live with you, the audience, and the story.
Last night was the usual Halloween fare at my house. I dressed up as a witch, as you can see, and sat outside under the old crab apple tree waiting for the little goblins. Most are a bit scared of me, and I can see why. I did take this photo of myself while waiting for children. I had a great time with make-up and adjusting the settings on my camera for this effect.
Last night I offered eyeballs or candy (in a witch's voice of course). Some actually chose eyeballs. I think they were too scared to say candy.
The wind blew and the rain drizzled down upon us, but no one seemed to care!
Afterwards friends gathered for witch's brew and great chili made by Karen.
I must say I had a disappointment that not all of my neighbors had their porch lights on for children. I think I see a campaign coming for next season.
As for you and yours, I hope your Halloween was as delightful as mine. Drop a photo or two so I can see some of my readers. Without you there wouldn't be much of a blog and I would just be talking to myself, and that, my friend, happens enough!!
And now moving on....it is November.