"No! I don't like places where guys are lifting their heads off!" He screamed. The owners laughed, but we never did go back there at Halloween, or any other time.
We have a religious neighbour that really dislikes all this Halloween stuff, so we've limited our decorations to a couple bats and some pumpkins. I'm not personally bothered by ghouls, etc. but I wouldn't want her to have to see it every day if it is that upsetting. I'm sure she wouldn't be too cool with guys lifting their heads off right down the street. The inside of the house is another story.
Nothing too scary about a tiered display of pumpkins...except perhaps the price!
The garden is undergoing change with the seasons. I brought most of the ceramics inside, and the metal plant carts in for winter. The bag bed still has a couple pepper plants, sorrel, and some turnip greens. The small square bed has red Russian kale, and spinach. The pots have various cold weather cutting lettuces. We have warm weather all week, but at this time of year it is a bonus-we could have snow at any time. Tomorrow, we're going to make a scarecrow to sit in the blue chair, but I promise, he won't be lifting his head off!
Know what else is frightening...
... the amount of Pendelton in my wardrobe. I find it difficult to pass up knowing how well made it is. If I owned such nice things I wouldn't be donating them to Goodwill. It doesn't get more "classic" than Pendelton-these are not clothes that go out of style.
Polo neck bodysuit-Limited (decades ago)
Pendelton 49'er jacket-Goodwill
Pendelton wool skirt-Goodwill
Vintage Jenny Bag-eBay
Snood with bow-had it since high school
Lippy-Revlon Icy Violet (a 40's shade re-issued)
What about you? Any clothing brands you find yourself collecting? What about Snowballs? Delicious taste treat, or vile work of the devil?