The things which go bump in the night here are furry...
Heh. Heh. Here too.
Ha! If I meet one I'll take a photo! Hugs, Valerie
It's a plan:)
I'll tell them they're early.
Hmmm, let me know if that works with the ghouls:)
They may have to wait a few more weeks for candy
We have to get through Thanksgiving first but it is the month for a a howling good time
When is your Thanksgiving, Birgit?
I have to watch out for the candy, I have went through 3 bags already.
LOL. Now that's funny. It's always dangerous to buy that candy early:)
From ghoulies and ghostiesAnd long-leggedy beastiesAnd things that go bump in the night,Good Lord, deliver us!
I love that:)
I'm sure I have goblins! All nice, of course!
That's the best kind of goblin:)
Yes, on the weekends I leave extra outdoor lights on for the hooligans.
Good thinking, Donna:)
I'm alert all year round....lolYvonne.
There ya go:)
I aint afraid of no ghosts
Ha! Good one, Adam:)
Adam's got me singing that song!!!Have a great weekendAll the best Jan
LOL. That was a great response wasn't it? :)
ha - a time when the veil grows thin between the worlds, beware of things that go bump in the night...ps - I am singing Ghostbusters as well...lol..
Yes, this is the month for a thin veil.The Ghostbusters theme is running through my head as well. Adam got us all going. On that note...you might want to drop by Wednesday:)
I am keeping my eyes out! :) Have a lovely weekend!~Jess
Good! I don't want you taken unawares:)
LOL! Very cute! Party! LOL! Have a great weekend my friend! Big Hugs!
And you, Stacy:)
Having turkey and pumpkin pie tomorrow! Yummy! No gym! LOL!
You too, Susan:)
Black cats are all I see. Oh wait, maybe they are gray instead! Happy weekend, dear.
Black or grey, they're everywhere:)
And clowns, apparently. We're supposed to be afraid of bands of traveling, murdering clowns!
Oh yeah! I've seen that on the news...is it a marketing thing?