Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Keep Calm and Spook On!

Evil Twin, Cat, and I decorated our front porch for Halloween!  Yea!

There are enough creepy-crawlies here to meet every need:

EEEEEK!  I see a ghost in that window.  HeeHeeHeeHaHaHa!

Cat loves his purple self doing what he does best, trying to get FUD.  Evil Twin found the skeleton in her closet (SNORT!) and decided to give it some fresh air.  I'm pretty sure she has a few fingers and toes in that little jar she's holding.  Ms. Evil also swept her closet and the cobwebs she gathered are perfect here on my porch.  What did I contribute?  Well, um, the pumpkins.  I love carved pumpkins, or any pumpkin, especially when baked in a sweet, moist pumpkin treat.   For here, plastic will have to do.  Oh, and there are little LED tea lights inside the pumpkins to make them flicker and glow at night.  Now I just need some sound effects!

It's just one scary day after the next around here.

16 comments:

Cheryl said...

So festive and 'spirit'ual. Glad someone decided to decorate, because I've got nothin' except candy for the kids (if my husband remembers to buy it).

Chelle Blögger said...

Oh, I love Halloween but I was too afraid to look with both eyes open. Nice job! :)

Babs-beetle said...

We don't decorate for Halloween in the UK, at least not that I've ever seen. The most we do is buy sweets for kids that come knocking.

I think your spooky area looks great :)

Lauren Salkin said...

This must be Evil Twin's favorite holiday.

ReformingGeek said...

@Cheryl - Keep that candy away! It's just too much. Hee Hee. We usually don't get any kiddos. Sigh.

@Chelle - Me, too. Such fun! Thanks!

@Babs - I'm sure the kiddos appreciate you. Thanks!

@Lauren - Yep. Sure is.

Timothy Hecht said...

Halloween fun! My favorite time of year.

Michelle said...

Cat did a great job...of course :-). Happy Halloween!

Rob-bear said...

From ghoulies and ghosties
And long-leggedy beasties
And things that go bump in the night,
Good Lord, deliver you!

Evil Twin and Oreo can shift for themselves.

Oh; blessings and Bear hugs, too!

ReformingGeek said...

@Timothy - Hee Hee. What fun it is!

@Michelle - Thanks. Cat is happy.

@Rob-bear - Thanks, Bear. It's quite a haunt.

Me-Me King said...

Of all the holidays, Halloween seems to creep up on me before I get the chance to decorate. Thanks for the inspiration...time to get crack-a-lackin'.

Paula Wooters said...

My house is spooky enough without the decorations. Fab job on yours, although I think Evil Twin would prefer something more ghastly].

Collette Palmer said...

It looks boo-tiful! (Heehee) Better watch evil twin, she might start hiding out among the pumpkins just to scare people.

ReformingGeek said...

@Me-Me - That's what usually happens to me. Good Luck!

@Paula - Thanks. If you have a ghost, just ask it nicely to come out on Halloween and scare little kiddies.

@Collette - Uh oh. I wonder where she is. I keep misplacing her!

Katherine said...

I love the skeleton on the chair with the bucket! This is fantastic!!!!!

Katherine said...

I love the skeleton on the chair with the bucket! This is fantastic!!!!!

injaynesworld said...

Your adorable porch looks like it's attached to an adorable house, as well. I want to see!

And Prince called. His cat is missing. ;)


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