Saturday, 31 October 2009

Happy Halloween



Happy Halloween
from our (haunted) house to yours

lots of treats at domestic sensualist
and some tricks at The World Examining Works

22 comments:

David Cranmer said...

And a HH to you as well.

Elizabeth said...

An evocative seasonal image!
loved it!

Sarah Laurence said...

Happy Halloween! I got the last good pumpkin at the farm yesterday. You have reminded me I still need to get candy and decorate the front door. You set a high standard!

My daughter will be Eloise for Halloween. My son is too old to trick or treat. Are your daughters doing anything for Halloween? My daughter was so disappointed that Halloween was small in England - really small: only the smallest children trick or treated. Now she has to make up for that lost year.

kristina said...

Happy Halloween from Virginia! K x

Lizzy Frizzfrock said...

Happy Halloween from Texas. It's a beautiful, clear, crisp morning & Halloween festivities will take place downtown for the children this evening.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Have a wonderful time!!

ArtSparker said...

Hope you've been having fun on your travels.

Maggie May said...

Happy Halloween!!

I wanted to tell you that Mr. Curry came by your blog and looked around. He then came to me and complained bitterly that you were accidentally living the life we were supposed to be living. ;) He absolutely LOVES your home and surroundings.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

Love the ghostly reflection! Living in NY city, Union Square, the sights are going to be very different from those seen in the suburbs like Long Island! Unless you like the hype, be happy you are where you are!

Anna said...

Happy Halloween to you to, from our not scary house at all, lol, just full with three pumpkins. Anna :)

TheChicGeek said...

Very cool picture, Bee :)

Happy Halloween to you, too!

Paz said...

Happy Halloween!

Paz

Star said...

That's a very unwelcome guest at your door! I hope you didn't let him in?
Happy Halloween.
Blessings, Star

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

Happy Halloween from Dallas - where life is always a little creeeeepy!
Catherine

A Modern Mother said...

I'm happy to report that we had more than 150 trick or treaters last night ... and that's in a small town in the Thames Valley! Halloween has really caught on here in the UK a big way. I just wish all the costumes weren't all scary ones...

Anne Lyken-Garner said...

Sorry we didn't officially meet on Thursday night at Dan's reading, but you were pointed out to me. Perhaps we'll run into each other next time.

Happy belated Halloween to you too.

Bee said...

Thanks to everyone who dropped in to say Halloween hellos.

WE have a cauldron of candy left over, because no one would venture down our long gravel drive and confront the skeletons at my door. I wonder why not?

My daughters and their friends drank witch's blood (well, cream of tomato soup, really) and watched X Factor. Simon Cowell is super scary.

Tracy Golightly-Garcia said...

Happy late Halloween to you Bee!
Love your door decoration.

Best
Tracy :)

Nancy said...

Hope you had a howling good time!

Tracy said...

Hello! My first visit here...My friend Elizabeth (World Examining Works) recommended I stop by here... and I'm so glad I did. You have such a wonderful variety you share here. I am enjoying reading your recent posts. (Incidentally I'm a great reader of books, and a very carnal book lover. :o) Hope you had a very Spooktacular Halloween!

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

LOL! Great door decor :-)

Christina said...

: ) I love this.
xo