The season of Halloween
My morning walk was anything but boring. It is said that nothing good happens after midnight, and I found that to be true. Overnight, while I peacefully slept some real spooky stuff was going on. Within minutes of the walk I tripped over a hand on the path, I cringed and kept going. Then a skull, someone trapped in a car trunk, and eyeballs stuck to a tree. I have to get out of here!
Soon enough I turned the corner and walked out onto a dock. I started to catch my breath. Then I noticed a big “orange” head sitting on top of a boat.
That did it! I decided to take a shortcut home, making a quick stop at the corner store.
I squeezed by this old “friend” and grabbed a bottle of red wine. After checking out I stayed on the shortcut and quickly realized that was a bad idea.
I felt a chill down my back and something whispered in my ear “from this point on it’s the long way home”
What a spooky walk you had! 😀
And all by myself
Oh my goodness your title had me so excited!! And what an eventful walk! Not sure that wine would have remained unopened had I been walking down that street-especially alone! Great job!
Your title scared the crap out of me. I had to be brave to click on the link. Halloween has only recently gained a following among the younger generation in Australia. For old people like me, it is not on our radar. 🙂
Terrific, and just in time for Halloween! Those signs — I like! 🙂
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