The Fog

The fog is rolling in and creating an eery feeling for the night before Halloween. A slight mist seems to settle on my nose and glasses. The pup continues to frolick and run with a stick she had pulled off a tree; at least she isn’t dragging the whole tree around the yard again.

I am so excited for tomorrow, another Halloween and another birthday. 147 now? I can’t remember after this long, but am so mesmerized by what Halloween or the day of the dead is for me, I am so excited for the morning.

As a girlfriend said this Halloween morning, she woke up at the witching hour, I laughed and told her not to worry, she was safe. From the power outages in the day, the endless feeling of eerieness and spookiness at work, it added to the hotel California season that I love so much. More lanterns and pumpkins were added to the yard, my cricut was amped up making my spooky signs and the candy was wrapped up in the box so I did not sample too much, and actually had some for our treaters.

The costumes from beautiful princesses, to  scary zombies and amazing handmade ones show casing their talent; the pup and I took it all in, or I should day’s Scooby Doo and Shaggy did. She barked a few times, then would settle out as the kids would start talking to her and she would get a few pets.

It was a great night, and who wouldn’t love that you can be anyone you choose on this day. Your mask can come off and you can even be yourself. You get to give something small, like candy or stickers to make people smile or laugh. You can frighten some, and be creative in your design with the endless possibilities of yard decorating.

It is a highlight for me, and it also signals the next phase, a new path and opportunities. I made it through a month that has challenged me greatly, that gave me heart ache and sadness, that created my mental disintegration and changed my world to be upside down.

So for tonight, I am looking at the world from that upside down angle and will see if I can see the next lesson, the next path, the next focal point. One that can help me to develop more into the person I would like to be.

I hope you had a spooktacular Halloween and I will be back soon. I left my car without gas, so thank goodness my broom is by the door to get me to work tomorrow.

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Her treat bucket had Scooby Snacks in the box.

Love always the broom riding, spell casting,Woman in Process

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