Blessed Samhain…and, Happy Hallowe’en 2016!

Blessed Samhain to one and all…and, happy Hallowe’en! Go easy on the tricks; enjoy your treats – but please, leave those poor, innocent jack o’lanterns alone!


If you smash someone’s nicely-carved pumpkin, this might happen to you…ROFL!

15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. saywhatumean2say
    Oct 31, 2016 @ 12:34:03

    Reblogged this on saywhatumean2say and commented:
    AND Merry All Saints Day and Dia de los Muertos. ~~dru~~

  2. laurelwolfelives
    Oct 31, 2016 @ 12:37:00

    Loved the video! 🙂

  3. sheldonk2014
    Oct 31, 2016 @ 15:34:23

    The spirits ride with high intentions
    While the darkers hide their heads
    Only life knows death
    While the light waits and sleeps
    The Sheldon Perspective

  4. dancingpalmtrees
    Oct 31, 2016 @ 15:47:16

    The Wednesday Dance

  5. Tofino Photography
    Nov 01, 2016 @ 08:57:58

    couple of days ago in Vancouver B.C. a dog was spooked by Halloween fireworks.It bolted from it’s owner & ended up being killed by a passenger train. Seeing Chucky coming out & spooking those dogs who were just feet away from a busy roadway was not smart.If the dogs had been injured or killed little Chucky would be in BIG trouble & end up behind bars & not a poster.
    I enjoy jokes but they sometimes can backfire.

    • sepultura13
      Nov 01, 2016 @ 10:45:41

      That is true – some pranks definitely backfire. I don’t think that this prank would have aired if anyone was seriously injured…

      I still find stuff like that funny, though! It is what it is.

    • sepultura13
      Nov 01, 2016 @ 10:47:37

      Also, people should keep their dogs inside when fireworks are going off…that’s just common sense. The owner bears some responsibility, especially if they knew that their dog was easily spooked. Taking dogs trick-or-treating, in costumes, isn’t exactly a wise thing to do. Just my take on it…

      • Tofino Photography
        Nov 01, 2016 @ 23:29:23

        she was exercising her dog in a local park.So she let it off it’s leash.It just freaked when it heard the sound & it was during the day,not the night.

      • sepultura13
        Nov 02, 2016 @ 15:54:02

        Ah, I see – sounds as if some people (teens or adults) are setting off M-80s or cherry bombs for ‘fun,’ I suppose.

      • Tofino Photography
        Nov 02, 2016 @ 17:41:55

        btw,you can’t buy M-80’s in Canada.They have to be bought in the States & brought in. M-80’s are very much an American thing.I personally have never seen one?

      • sepultura13
        Nov 02, 2016 @ 23:19:43

        They are definitely illegal in some states, but not in others – I’ve seen a few of them up close! One of the many benefits of having older brothers, LOL…I’ve seen things that cannot be unseen!

        I’ve never heard of fireworks being set off during Hallowe’en, I’ll have to say…July 4th and the New Year, yes – and family gatherings like birthdays – but not specifically during Hallowe’en! Must be something that the millennials do, LOL

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