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Happy Halloween a Day Early! — 10 Comments

  1. Thanks, Karen. I wish you had a “Like” button on your website because I always like your posts even though I seldom comment on them.

    • Hi Janet. I did look into a ‘like’ button and my web manager found it a bit complicated and expensive to create. However, we are both aware that there is a like button in the email you receive reminding you of my blog each week. Just click that one if you don’t want to comment. Actually, I often see comments from you and I appreciate then.

  2. Hi Karen I wish you had a (Like) button to. I always like your posts and read everyone of them to but rarely comment or express
    to you how good they are. I learn something new every time, just about and I love your pictures!
    I appreciate you and all the work that must go into your post.
    Have a great time with your family this Halloween 🎃

    • Hi Janet. Here’s my response about the ‘like’ button. I did look into a ‘like’ button and my web manager found it a bit complicated and expensive to create. However, we are both aware that there is a like button in the email you receive reminding you of my blog each week. Just click that one if you don’t want to comment. Thanks for your kind words this week.

  3. Good Halloween Morning. Enjoyed your explanation of the word Halloween and look what has happened to it. In my growing up years our Halloween celebrations were rather tame. Today it has evolved into something off the wall. But the little ones don’t know about that and it is so much fun to see them dressed up in costumes.
    Everyone have a fun Halloween and a safe one.

  4. Thank you for the Christian origins! Tanya and Fred sat in their driveway this evening giving candy to the ‘kids’ as they and their parents in the neighborhood came by. Tanya said the little kids looked so cute and were so polite and would just take one piece of candy. It is a good time for the neighbors to greet each other as most all of the neighbors are working people and they never get to see each other.>many years ago my husband and I ran out of candy and Herb gave out quarters!! Lucky he had been collecting them and had enough before we turned off the porch light!
    YOU look adorable in your ‘outfit’!! You are fortunate to live in a close knit neighborhood!
    BTW: I still have the photo of Charles sitting behind a pumpkin that he carved!
    Blessings to you. Margaret

    • Thank you, Margaret, for hanging on to that photo of Charles and the pumpkin from several years ago. Last night it was fun to walk the neighborhood where my grandson and great grandson live. It was delightful to watch the kiddos–young and older–and their proud parents.

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