Come celebrate the darkness by bringing your light.


Monday, October 5, 2015

Starting down the winding road.

It is so very, very Autumn, here at the S&P.

I have been out and about, exploring the byways and darker lanes of Autumn's woodlands and forests and villages.

At one point I even got some time to enjoy a little snack...

Don't worry about the ghoul behind me -- he only wanted some pudding.

So far, I am seeing some mighty fine Hallowe'enin' goin' on, and if/when I get some good camera time, I will be happy to bring some pictures here, we can pass them around. It'll be just like old times, here at the pub.

It's interesting how I can see, in better detail and greater appreciation, so much more of the seasonal celebrating and decorating than I used to notice, all around my neck of the woods, now that I have my October free to explore it all.

I am realizing that -- I guess -- I used to be pretty understandably but quite narrowly focused on the tasks at hand and wholly missed quite a few darker corners of spooky goodness all around me.

Being able to finally see others' decorations and ideas, some brand new to me, others a wonderful and much needed re-connection, has been a great gift to me already. And we still have the whole month to go!

As I knew and hoped it would... it all gets me thinking of my own creations, and inspires me to newer and better Hallowe'en madness.

I have to say as well that having support and comments from you dear S&Pbrains is another great gift, humbling and gratifying for this ol' run-down pubkeep. I truly appreciate you all.

Next post, I am thinking along the lines of... hhmmmm... OH! Oh yes, that will be PERfect... mmmmuuaaAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!

 Ain't October the very best?


Wishing all of you a fantastically frightening fun-filled Fall!

DUMDUMSHREKPOST#2!

4 comments:

  1. We're off to a great start to the Halloween season here in Spokanistan. Mrs Fester and I dropped by our favorite old-time burger joint, Ron's (since 1958) and while we were munching on lunch, over the music speakers came the lovely sound of Zacherly-- The Cool Ghoul-- singing "Coolest Little Monster." All part of a cosmic unconciousness. . .
    Heck Yeah! Halloween is coming!

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  2. AAHH I love that tale! Cosmic unconsciousness indeed. Or subconsciousness. Or unsub-consciousness, if you watch Criminal Minds.

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  3. Now that you're checking out the competition (heh) are you discovering many other home haunters in your area?

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  4. So far, none in my surrounding neighborhood(s), other than the one my cousin's done for a lonnnnng time, which I love -- we often have a little shuttle van we deck out for Hallowe'en to run people between our houses a few blocks apart, all night long. She does a great job and throws a mean party.

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