HALLOWEEN HOME TOUR
Greetings my lovelies, come in and sit a spell.
Thank you for joining me on this Halloween Home Tour Spooktacular. I love being here at ADI with you, but I have to tell you it is getting harder and harder to make time to write with multiple projects, family, volunteerism, and eating! Oh, how I love sharing this page with each of you the written word is my favorite if you know me I like to talk! You inspire beyond words to make this blog a priority. Thank you, I’m beyond grateful to share your morning coffee from the lines of this blog. This post is going to be a little pun on Poe The Raven and a little fun for me; I hope you get a giggle.
Halloween, for our family has always been just a fun way to enjoy our neighbors and friends with an evening of food, costumes and laughter. I have decorated our home through the years with the imagination of my girls, but this year as they are getting older they seem to be losing interest. Sad mama moment.
The Witch is In
I always start with the outdoors, keeping the design simple with pumpkins, gourds, and of course a witch’s apothecary station to get ones imagination running.
My poor mums didn’t fare well with all the rain we have had, but Mr. and Mrs. Frankenstein don’t seem to mind.
Trick or Treat
Tis a Visitor tapping at the door wanting my candy and nothing more.
Once upon a midnight dreary…
AL B BACH left her grave in a fright,
for the clock struck midnight.
Witches and goblins chased her down the stairs that led nowhere.
But, to the kitchen she found her mate Nevermore on a serving plate.
Drink up Witches was all she had grape cola and apple soda it tasted really bad.
Wood U Hug Me
Wood U Hug she wrote upon his gravestone she missed him and wanted him home.
Created a place where his soul could roam.
Bird or Friend of Nevermore
Too fun, thanks for letting me be a tad silly! Hope you made it down this far and I didn’t scare you off.
Last few places we love to linger is outside beside a warm fire in the fall.
Although, the weather is now a little too brisk. These blankets are simply cut flannel by the yard 72 inches long. Easy DIY for any time of year. With a cost of less than $5 per quilt.
We did make it this year to the Circleville, Ohio pumpkin festival I have to show you these cute pumpkins!
Thanks for joining me today for Halloween Home Tour be inspired to fly, happy haunting! Have a bootiful and safe Halloween!