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#31 spiritlady

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 09:46 AM

hey i've started decorating my front yard already , trying to do a maze cemetery for the kids this year, having trouble getting it into a maze . :Spaz: i'll figure out something.

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 10:54 PM

My best friend is getting married, and she is wiccan. So I will be attending my first handfasting ceremony. I am also going to be her flowergirl ( so I dont have a clue what i am going to do yet). But, We all are dressing up in halloween costumes, even the guests have to dress in costume. So it should be fun and interesting.

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Posted 19 October 2007 - 10:38 PM

I went to Dixie Cavern's annual "Haunted Cave" tonight and it was alot of fun! The wait was a little long--about an hour--and some of it was standing on an upward incline which is rough on the hamstrings but it was worth it. Not extremely scary but plenty of frights from folks jumping from crevases and such. There's also quite a bit of stair climbing since it's inside the actual caverns. Most of the people coming out seemed to enjoy the experience, except for a group of teenagers who said "That sucked! I want my money back!" but, hey, they're teens so pretty much everything sucks!

I couldn't get any pictures inside but I got a couple of the outside decorations:

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Next Friday, I'm going on a ghost walk in Floyd and for Halloween, I think I'm going to the VA Museum of Transportation's "Terror in the Station" where the theme is a train full of zombies has crashed and the guides have to get their groups through before they get infected.
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Posted 20 October 2007 - 09:51 AM

Okay Ambra, not that I have a dirty mind, but that Mummy, doesn't look like a Mummy, it looks like a large body part ;) ! I had to giggle when I first looked at it. I called my mom over to the computer to see what she thought too...she said "Oh my Gosh!" I told her it's suppose to be a Mummy and I guess it has some soft pink lighting on it. Either way a Mummy or a boy part that big would be scary...lol!!
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Posted 20 October 2007 - 10:27 AM

Okay Ambra, not that I have a dirty mind, but that Mummy, doesn't look like a Mummy, it looks like a large body part ;) ! I had to giggle when I first looked at it. I called my mom over to the computer to see what she thought too...she said "Oh my Gosh!" I told her it's suppose to be a Mummy and I guess it has some soft pink lighting on it. Either way a Mummy or a boy part that big would be scary...lol!!


Juliet, IM in with you on this one.. I too thoght it was not quite a mummy. lol
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Posted 20 October 2007 - 10:26 PM

Note to self: No more mummy pictures!

I really didn't see the resemblence to the body part before. I'd take the picture out but I tried to edit my post and I guess there's a limit on that because the edit option isn't coming up.

My legs are killing me today from climbing the stone stairs inside the caverns but I'll probably go again next year. It's worth a little bit of pain.
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Posted 21 October 2007 - 03:03 PM

For me, the truth is that Samhain/Halloween is the time that I remember
THE BURNING TIMES - The Inquisition.
The murders of innocent men, women, and children in the name of God.

I am a KEEPER of the LIGHT...

O my sisters & brothers
Let us remember
The Burning Times
The centuries of persecution
Let us remember the rape and oppression of women
Nine million witches were burned.
Never again!
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The sheer number of deaths in the Inquisitions is astounding. There was an estimated 200,000 to 9,000,000 deaths that took place.
We must chant the words...
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Posted 22 October 2007 - 05:04 PM

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Here's two pumpkin's that my daughters carved at my friend's 1st Annual Pumpkin Carving Party! It was a blast!! Hannah's is on the left and Sarah's (who won 1st in her age catagory) is on the right. The only requirement for the party was BYOP, bring your own pumpkin, and carving impliment (*Oh yeah..lots of kiddies running around with sharp objects and knives..just kidding...we, responsible, parents were keeping an eye on them) Every kid recieved a prize and left with a gallon ziplock bag full of candy. I'll post up a few more pics from the party and alot of the pumpkins!! JUlie
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Edited by juliet_keller, 22 October 2007 - 05:07 PM.

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 05:13 PM

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Bring on the Pumpkins...some brought patterns!
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We did ours the old fashion way...Hannah calls hers the Puke Pumpkin...and we really just don't know what happened to Bek's, but it's carved!

Edited by juliet_keller, 22 October 2007 - 05:16 PM.

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 05:25 PM

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Here's one last picture...of my neighbor being a slave driver to my six year old...lol...actually Hannah volunteered to rake up Eric and Michelle's leaves....won't do ours, but theirs....no problem...think it has to do with the bag they gave her.
You know our love was meant to be, the kind of love that lasts foreverAnd I want you here with, from tonight until the end of time,You're the meaning in my life, You're the inspiration,You bring feeling to my life, You're the inspiration,No one needs you more than I need you...You're the Inspiration~ChicagoI Love You, Baby!Julie and Dave are "The Spirit Stalkers of Ohio"www.thespiritstalkersofohio.webs.comCome see what we are all about, our galleries of evidence, and we would love for you to sign our guest book!

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 05:40 PM

I love carving pumpkins, so I always like to pass along some tips on how to make them look even better. Check out the ones at Extreme Pumpkins. They are so COOL!

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Posted 22 October 2007 - 09:11 PM

When I lived in the countryside, we had a BYOP Pumpkin Carving Party every year. It was always a big hit and soooooo easy to put together. So if you're thinking of having one - go for it! You provide a little food and drink, but the entertainment is pumpkin carving - it's too much fun.

Of course, now that I no longer have my assembly line of pumpkin carvers, I'm gonna carve my own in the next day or so (it finally cooled down so they won't immediately decompose) - wish me luck.

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Posted 23 October 2007 - 11:17 AM

If you're in a Halloween kind of mood (and the boss isn't looking over your shoulder), try this fun version of Halloween Hangman:

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Posted 24 October 2007 - 10:33 AM

If you're in a Halloween kind of mood (and the boss isn't looking over your shoulder), try this fun version of Halloween Hangman:

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OMG, that's great! :clap: Thanks for the link! I liked the pumpkins, too. We used to buy the patterns and make some pretty cool ones when the kids were younger.


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Posted 24 October 2007 - 12:32 PM

Happy Halloween Folks,

I love being unemployed; poor but happy and doing lots of crafts. Here are my first attempts at painting pumpkins. I hope you like them! Kira

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The two pumpkins above are the same, just different angles.

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These are the same pumpkin, one shot of it on the counter and the other of it sitting in the garden with my Autumn mums.
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