10.31.2010

Halloween is Every Day ...
























I love Halloween, but seldom do a good job of celebrating it. Or perhaps my celebration is a bit more private. Somewhere, Jeff is lighting bonfires atop the hills, and one of these years I hope to join him. (Though I'm sorely disappointed neither the Sisters nor Ministry have made an appearance yet; for shame, sir!)

Regardless, doing a bit of inward reflection tonight, while everyone else does the inverse.

In Colorado, it always snows on Halloween. Winter is coming, which means it is time wet the quill and get some in some serious writing. A number of project on my doorstep, in their various costumes.

Or maybe I'm the one knocking at the door, uncertain if what's coming will be a trick or treat.

So a Happy Halloween to all. Let's see those demons, inner and outer ...

//H



Well any time, any place, anywhere that I go all the people seem to stop and stare they say 'Why are you dressed like it's Halloween?'

I have given up hiding and started to fight...

1 Comments:

At 1:46 AM, Blogger Jennifer Newell said...

The first snowfall the year I lived in Sweden was on Halloween. It helped keep some of my homesickness at bay.

 

Post a Comment

<< Home