All things Western and more.
The things which go bump in the night here are furry...
Ha! If I meet one I'll take a photo! Hugs, Valerie
I'll tell them they're early.
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
I have to watch out for the candy, I have went through 3 bags already.
From ghoulies and ghostiesAnd long-leggedy beastiesAnd things that go bump in the night,Good Lord, deliver us!
I'm sure I have goblins! All nice, of course!
Yes, on the weekends I leave extra outdoor lights on for the hooligans.
I'm alert all year round....lolYvonne.
I aint afraid of no ghosts
Ha! Good one, Adam:)
Heh. Heh. Here too.
It's a plan:)
Hmmm, let me know if that works with the ghouls:)
Adam's got me singing that song!!!Have a great weekendAll the best Jan
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..
I am keeping my eyes out! :) Have a lovely weekend!~Jess
LOL! Very cute! Party! LOL! Have a great weekend my friend! Big Hugs!
Black cats are all I see. Oh wait, maybe they are gray instead! Happy weekend, dear.
When is your Thanksgiving, Birgit?
LOL. Now that's funny. It's always dangerous to buy that candy early:)
I love that:)
That's the best kind of goblin:)
Good thinking, Donna:)
There ya go:)
LOL. That was a great response wasn't it? :)
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:)
Good! I don't want you taken unawares:)
And you, Stacy:)
You too, Susan:)
Black or grey, they're everywhere:)
Having turkey and pumpkin pie tomorrow! Yummy! No gym! LOL!
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?
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