Skeleton in place. Check.
Lotsa candy to hand out. Check.
Lil’ ghost guy and black cat. Check.
Jack o’lantern lit. Check.
Punkins in place that hopefully no one steals and chunks. Check.
Scary candidates running for office. Check.
OK. I think I’m ready for Halloween. Now all I need to is find that witch dressed in naughty underwear that says “Wanna come inside for some candy little boy??“
Come visit Miss Anna’s WP for a view of her area. This is a good idea if others would like to post along with her. It’s interesting to see the world from your perspective.
Fall, sun and colorful trees always makes me smile. They match perfectly. Join the tree walk movement if you want. Leave a link to your tree walk post in the comments if you want us to find your post. Anna
Marie Bracquemond (December 1, 1840 – January 17, 1916) was a French Impressionist artist, who was described retrospectively by Henri Focillon in 1928 as one of “les trois grandes dames” of Impressionism alongside Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassatt. Her frequent omission from books on women artists is sometimes attributed to the efforts of her husband, Félix Bracquemond. Félix respected his wife’s talents as an artist but disagreed fervently with her adaptation of Impressionist techniques, in particular her use of color.