Halloween already. . . can you believe it?

I want to thank you for the wonderful comments you left while I was away. So nice to read on my little iPhone! Sorry I couldn’t respond–it was a very hectic five days and we didn’t have WiFi.

Yesterday we were in Saint Michaels, Maryland, and the town was decorated for Halloween. I’ll leave you with a few images since today is the day. I have more photos, so will share those in another post (or two). Enjoy. . . .

wish called wanda


pumpkin planter

ruby slippers

witch on telephone pole

Maryland crab



cat on adirondack


Have a safe Halloween, everyone. 🙂


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12 Responses to Halloween already. . . can you believe it?

  1. Oh, how fun! 🙂 Great photo too.

  2. Looks like St. Michaels was snow free…I’m jealous!

  3. Cheryl says:

    So entertaining … love the striped legs and ruby red shoes sticking out from under mini-building. Happy Hallowe’en to you and your’s, Carole.

  4. Caroline says:

    I’m such a sucker for Halloween pictures. I love them all. I’m especially fond of the gree/violet combination.
    Why can we not have Halloween?

    • It’s interesting that you don’t have Halloween in Switzerland, because it didn’t really take off in the this country until Irish and Scottish immigrants arrived in the 19th century. I guess just parts of Europe decided to observe it.

  5. jacquelincangro says:

    I especially love the shot with the house on the wicked witch’s legs. Gave me a great laugh!

  6. I wish I’d remembered the legs under the house when I decorated. The kids would have loved that.

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