“A wise old owl lived in an oak;
The more he saw the less he spoke;
The less he spoke the more he heard...
Why can't we all be like that bird?”
― Edward Hersey Richards




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A traditional Scottish Prayer---

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

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An interesting article I read about the infamous words "Things that Go Bump in the Night"....common terms that are often used this time of year; like hobgoblin, ghosts, poltergeists, boogeyman....etc. etc. etc. it's found here ---WORLD WIDE WORDS



PS --- don't forget to turn your clocks back an hour tonight!! We go off daylight savings time, Sunday.......YAY!!!!!

ADDED: 8:00 A.M. ---ACK! It's 45 degrees [Fahrenheit] here! That's like 30 degrees and frosty if we lived in Colorado instead of being acclimated to normal 70 degree temps! LOL ---Bring out the coats.








POSTED: Halloween
4:10 A.M.
Greeting from Glitter Graphics

22 comments :

  1. Thank you! A fun and safe Halloween to you!

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  2. HAPPY HALLOWEEN to you too !

    That's your day today !!!
    I am curious to see what the others are wearing tonight at the Halloween party, I am excited like a schoolgirl, lol !!

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  3. Witchy Ms. G -- I bet you are having a great time with anticipation. Your first ever Halloween Costume Party!....HAVE FUN!!!

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  4. Happy Halloween sweetie.

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  5. Happy Halloween Anni! Enjoy your weekend! ~tina

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  6. A happy Halloween to you Anni!

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  7. So what are you giving out tonight? There's great concern about Boulder tonight, from the law enforcement point of view. Boulder is already crazy, and today they have Halloween, Homecoming, and an extra hour - the police are asking the bars to voluntarily close at 2:00 instead of turning their clocks back and making 2 into 1.

    We have our annual big deal at church for the kids tonight, so I rarely give out any candy. I have a nasty cold, though, so don't know if I'll be there or at home. And if I'm at home, I'm not sure I'm going to feel like running to the door every few seconds.

    Have a great day!

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  8. I know you're busy today but I hope you'll stop by over the weekend to see your treat on my site. Have an enjoyable Halloween!

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  9. Anni,

    Love your Halloween graphic! Happy Halloween to you and Bud. Wishing you lots of trick or treaters at your door tonight.

    Thanks for reminding me to turn our clocks back. I would have forgotten.And I just put up a Halloween button as well.

    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Blessings,
    Mary

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  10. hallo my ghoulish friend. i hope halloween treats you well and tricks you only a little...

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  11. I do not celebrate Halloween but wanted to stop by and say hey! Your blog is so much fun and I always am entertained when I come here.... Have a blessed weekend .. I see that your weather is colder than ours....... Go figure!

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  12. Three Little Witches

    One little, two little, three little witches
    Fly over haystacks and fly over ditches
    Fly over moonbeams without any hitches
    Hey, it's Halloween night.
    One little, two little, three little witches
    Fly over barb wire and tore their britches
    Had to go home and get some stitches
    Hey, it's Halloween night!! hehe

    Happy Halloween dear Anni:-)It's 46F here and very windy with rain showers so not sure how many trick or treaters will be brave enough to come out! xoxo

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  13. Great info Anni.... Have a SPOOKtacular day!!!

    Happy Halloween
    (((HUGS)))
    Donna

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  14. I do not like the whole changing of clocks thing. I do not like them Sam, I am.
    I don't see why it can't be set halfway between and leave it alone. It takes me a week or 10 days to adjust to the change biologically. My whoe rhythm is thrown off. Last night I paid attention to when it got dark: 6pm. So, tomorrow night it will be dark at 5:00. It makes it seem so much later. At least they stopped doing it before Halloween.
    It was almost 80 degrees here yesterday.
    Mama Bear

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  15. I hope that you are having a great day.

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  16. Re your comments today - it ended up getting up to 60 degrees here today, just beautiful, snow melting like crazy. The full moon and mild temps have made for a great night for the kids.

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  17. Have a wonderful Halloween. Don't let to my spooks frighten you.

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  18. Happy Halloween...although it's over here in Germany. Thanks for visiting my blog (ages ago) and Best Witches to you too!
    -S.

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  19. Here's to things that go bump in the night :-).

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  20. Hope you had a FAb Halloween... love your countdown to Thanksgiving!

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  21. belated happy Halloween..me and my blogs are following you now!
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    Explore Germany
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