Yes, it’s Lame Post Friday. As regular readers know, however many foolish posts I make during the week, I always feel free to enjoy Lame Post Friday. I am sitting on my couch in Halloween pajama bottoms, bra off (don’t you DARE say TMI!), glass of wine beside me. There is an episode of 20/20 on the television that I would like to crochet and watch, but blog posts must be made (at least mine, by me). So where shall I start…
You can’t tell, but I really do have pretty good legs for a woman my age.
Since I had mentioned my Halloween pajama pants, I thought I’d grab my Tablet and take a quick picture. As we all know, the Halloween season begins the day after Labor Day. However, I like to celebrate the holiday all year long. To that end, we leave a few favored decorations out.
He was a Christmas present from my dearest husband, Steven.
Steven bought me this lovely vampire at Aubuchon in Herkimer, now sadly closed. He is holding a Christmas ball in one hand and a bag of skulls in the other (I purchased the skulls for another purpose; he’s holding them for me). We also put the little stocking around his neck to make him even more appropriate as a Christmas decoration. I wonder if we ought to add a couple of accessories for Thanksgiving, Easter and the Fourth of July. Points to ponder.
The frog is her friend, not a former prince.
This is one of our loveliest witches. We have quite a collection If we put them all out this year, perhaps I could make a witchy blog post with pictures. She did not come with the frog; he is part of Steven’s extensive collection of such amphibians.
It looks as if Scrooge grumpily thrust Marley in the back in order to dominate the photo.
Just to show you we are not complete Halloween maniacs, I include a picture of a couple of our year-round Christmas decorations. This is a Buyer’s Choice Caroler of Jacob Marley, which I purchased for Steven in 1989, after he had played the part of Jacob Marley in a production of A Christmas Carol. My, that WAS a long time ago! I cannot remember who gave Steven the nutcracker of Scrooge, but I believe it was my mother. That is a kaleidoscope in the foreground. We have a pretty cluttered knick-knack shelf.