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I live in Australia, my ancestry is in Cornwall. a Celt. a hedgewitch of sorts. I am an Earth Healer. I wear upcycled clothes, patchouli oil and Redback boots. A gypsy. An eccentric. a mystic. I am a searcher, a seeker, a pilgrim on Earth. I serve my guests, tea from an old silver teapot. I love Vervain, yarrow, chamomile & mint. I love to dream, to walk and to wonder

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October 31, 2005

Halloween

Halloween isn't something we celebrate here in Australia
* oh we have a few neighbourhood children come around
and I have sweets in a basket in my foyer * but we don't decorate.
so to those of you who do celebrate -
I hope you have lots of fun
* lots of treats and not too many tricks
BOO

7 Comments:

Blogger Amy said...

We don't celebrate it much here either, so far it's been pretty quiet here tonight.

7:32 pm  
Blogger my vintage days said...

I don't really consider celebrating it either and I live in the US. We add a little fall decorations, which includes a pumpkin or two and let the kids go tricker or treating. It fun to see some of the house go all out.

I limit my blogging, to about once or twice a week. I get to still meet and share interest with other blogs but I do have a wonderful life and more important obligations that need my attention. I guess it's all about time management. When I visit I don't always leave a comment. I guess maybe that is something I should do, but I don't.

12:13 am  
Blogger my vintage days said...

I don't really consider celebrating it either and I live in the US. We add a little fall decorations, which includes a pumpkin or two and let the kids go tricker or treating. It fun to see some of the house go all out.

I limit my blogging, to about once or twice a week. I get to still meet and share interest with other blogs but I do have a wonderful life and more important obligations that need my attention. I guess it's all about time management. When I visit I don't always leave a comment. I guess maybe that is something I should do, but I don't.

12:13 am  
Blogger my vintage days said...

That's funny. It said, I didn't type the word verification correctly so I redid it and it posted my comment twice.

12:14 am  
Blogger berryhead said...

Happy Halloween! My girl is dressed as a farmer! We don't do much for Halloween but the kids like to dress up so they do. I think a blog should be like a daily journal or a weekly journal as I seem to have made mine a once a week posting sort of thing..unless there is something of interest that I just have to post..I go around and read others that I like and only rarely post I spose I should post more but don't.

12:41 am  
Blogger dolly said...

this is the first year we made a 'deal' out of it - I guess though wot we did would be considered 'not celebrating it' in the US, if you know what I mean! We just put up some decs in the hall, placed pumpkins that we'd carved on the porch and dressed up yesterday and went out to events... I have to say I really enjoyed the 'fun' of it and will continue to make a family tradition of it when we move...the dollies really enjoyed it!

(and so did I!!!, so nice to let your hair down for once)

dollx

7:47 am  
Blogger ~NanCourt~ said...

I am sitting here waiting on the kiddos to come get all that yucky hard candy I bought...I only buy stuff I would not enjoy eating. ;-)
Then, we are going to see the Pumpkin House...a sweet Victorian home in W. Va. and the family decorates their home and yard with over 3500 carved pumpkins! It is amazing and folks from as far away as Japan have visited to see it. It made top 4 pumpkin houses in the US, I think. I will try to post pics on my blog...but it may be Christmas by the time I do, LOL. I miss Halloween from days gone by and we celebrated in a grand way with my daughter. We enjoyed going to Fall Fest at our church and I was one of those overly-involved mommies....you know the type. Face painting, refreshments, games, etc....I was in on all of it and loved it! How I miss the mommy-days.......Baby Girl is almost 21!!

10:22 am  

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