As it was, the walk was pleasant and not terribly taxing. We held hands, I snapped photos, we enjoyed the changing leaves, collected a few wee pine cones, found a baby snake and were followed by a squirrel for twenty minutes or so.
This one reminds me of the final scene in Legend, where all the fairies are waving goodbye with the Unicorns. Something about the lighting.
The past two days of Hallowe'en have been spent doing simpler things. I watched The Nightmare Before Christmas and read The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. As the days wind down, so will my activities since I'm having a more laid back end to the Hallowe'en season than I'm used to. Some of the lovelies coworkers and hopefully the two ladies I've befriended down here will be attending my small Hallowe'en Party on the 30th and we'll be carving Jack-O-Lanterns and handing out candy before I have Samhain ritual on the 31st.
And then dear hearts, it will be November. I have no idea where this month went.
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