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When The Sun Goes Down

Halloween has always been my favorite holiday and, possibly because of my enthusiasm, it is my son’s favorite too. So over the weekend we welcomed the great pumpkin into our home, yet again, and held our annual pumpkin carving party. It was a great success, despite some sweet potato pie fueled sugar highs and the inevitable crashes that followed.

Kate Beaton does Dracula:

Here we have Bram Stoker’s Dracula, a book written to tell ladies that if you’re not a submissive waif, society goes to hell and ungodly monsters are going to turn you into child killing horrors and someone is going to drive a bowie knife through your heart/cut off your head/etc. As you deserve!

Five more good things:

You may not get to see the Soap Factory’s Haunted Basement this year, as tickets have been sold out for a while now, but the band Halloween, Alaska filmed a new video down there. And I am probably taking more behind-the-scenes photos down in that danky creepy hellhole sometime this week. And there are more Halloween-related events to be enjoyed before next Sunday. And on Sunday? There will be trick or treating with the kiddo, while my boyfriend has graciously agreed to dole out the candy for us in our absence. And then we may all just turn into pumpkins.

Kjrsten's happy looking pumpkin

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