Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Once upon a midnight dreary

While I pondered weak and weary.
Poe Necklace, Once Upon a Midnight Dreary, The Raven Quote Jewelry, Book Jewelry
Raven On Tombstone, Gothic Ravens, Monohrome Image, Blackbirds, The Letter R, Crow Art, Goth, Gray - R For Raven
Nature Photography - Spider Web  - Fine Art Photograph - Green - Dew - Raindrops - Web 1 - Autumn Art - Field
Surreal Photography, Tower in the Night, Birds, Trees, Branches, Dark Fantasy, Goth Art, Church, Fine Art - The Belfry
SALE! Color Print Photography, A4, Surreal, Wall Decor, Nature, Nude, Naked People, Lake, Water, Dark, UFO, Green,Blue,Ghost,Wood, Mountains
Lenore Steampunk Edgar Allen Poe Top Hat
Black Cat Print Animal Photography Gifts for Veterinarians Pet Portrait Green Animal Art Gift for Cat Lovers - 8x10 Print - Lady Jigger
8x12 Cemetery Angel, Veilwalker of Thousand Steps, Goth Photography, Halloween Photography, Fine Art Photography.
Leather Raven Mask
Feather Headdress Handmade MOSS SKULL FAIRY Flowers Belly Dancer Festival Fashion Elegant Beautiful Hair Accessories Clip
Vintage Ravenclaw Eyeball Pewter Pendant Fantasy Jewelry Dragon Claw Wizard Harry Potter Gothic Talon Witches Green Eyeball
Graveyard Haunted Photo Print
Horror/Goth doll head lamp
architecture photography, france, french decor, travel photograph, building, wanderlust, green, shutter, balcony, mustard, stone
Adorned, Original Oil Painting
Digital Download Nevermore Raven Edgar Allen Poe Quote, Gothic Illustration, Halloween digi stamp, digital transfer Fall Autumn Scary Creepy

Just for fun, here's a treasury inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven.

This is as scary as it gets for me! I'm not a fan of slasher/horror movies. When I was a young teenager I saw The Exorcist and that was the last time I went near anything with even a hint of horror. I did see the original Night of the Living Dead this year, wasn't scary! I'm more the Great Pumpkin sort.

My brother and me in the late 1960's

How do you do Halloween? We're in a neighborhood where tons of candy is given out, carloads of kids are brought in and the neighbors have a ball. We can always count on some hot chocolate(with Buttershots) from the next door neighbors and they always have special dog treats for our four legged friends. I usually put on a crockpot of chili to share. Rain or shine(moon and star shine that is) we all enjoy the costumed kids and a sweet sense of community and tradition. 

May you have a fun and safe Halloween!

Linda <><


  1. I enjoy the kidlets too. I love giving them a decorated Fall theme bag with candy and a children's style gospel tract inside.

  2. We don't tend to do anything for Halloween, but the firework display is on tonight so we will watch that and have hot dogs for dinner x