Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Monster Mash


One knows that Halloween is at its end when all Halloween stuff has left Lowe's, and Christmas stuff is in its place.

So, as a last homage to Halloween, this is given to you:


To you and Halloween monsters knocking at your door, Happy Hallowed 'eve.

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  1. That was too cute. That little guy was right on the beat.

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  2. Happy Halloween back to you. I am looking forward to the village children finding their way to us. x

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    1. Since we have moved to an adult community, our streets will be empty. But, we have volunteered to go to our daughter's house and cover the door.

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  3. haha cute sing a long indeed. Costco has had Christmas stuff since August.

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    1. I decided last year that we wouldn't go to Costco until November!

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  4. I am always tempted to buy things like that but, thankfully, good sense (and cents in my pocket) prevails.

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    1. Too darn clever. The baby owl was rescued, I think.

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  5. It's Halloween??? Where did the time go?

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    1. Last time I looked, it was the middle of August.

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  6. I saw Christmas stuff up too, craziness. I love Christmas, but still... I always wish we could do one holiday at a time. That being said, I'm preparing my gift guide for the blog. Sponsors want time for giveaways to end and have items shipped before the holiday rush, so I'll be joining the midst of 'too early' here pretty soon too. :) Until then... I'll do the mash... I'll do the Monster Mash... :)

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    1. I love your blog items! They are so neat.

      Boris Karloff was amazing.

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  7. That has to be the cutest thing on youtube right now!
    I noticed Christmas things in my local supermarket on the last days of September. September FFS!!

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  8. I simply LOVED this!

    I know what you mean ... no sooner have the Halloween goodies dis-appeared from the shops then the rest of the Christmas goodies appear.
    Frightening how quickly the months go by.

    Enjoy your weekend

    All the best Jan

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    1. Dept. stores have to pounce and pull in sales as soon as possible. Only 6-8 weeks to go!

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