Sunday, December 27, 2009


I sure hope I am doing this right!
Ohhh a wonderful giveaway... A HALLOWEEN POETRY BOOK!!!

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Happy Holidays to All!!!

Whatever the name you give this season.....
I hope we all can see things in a positive way! Why not? It makes the world better for everyone around you!
So Seasons Greetings to all my friends, regardless of religious preference, we all can hope for a world of peace! Hope for a world where we all get along!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Scarey Ghost Stories for Christmas!

Ghost stories at Christmas, seems out of place or is it? We have enjoyed the classic, The Christmas Carol, and
Tim Burton's The Nightmare before Christmas? Remember the song "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" made famous by singer Andy Williams? The song has a line, "There'll be scarey ghost stories and tales of the glories of Christmas long ago." In Celtic times, there were spirits ghost, and mystical beings that were associated with the fire festival.

The Winter Soltice, Alban Arthuan, or better known as Yuletime Season is a time of death and rebirth of Nature and our souls. It is said the Old Sun dies at dusk of December 21st. and when the Sun of the New Year is born at the dawn of December 22. The New Sun is thought to rejuvenate the aura of the Earth. It is like a mystical cleansing to the spirits and the souls of the dead.
Samhain is considered the most haunted time of the year in the Celtic calendar; Yule is the second. Haunting starts on December 6th to December 20th. The spirits are more active as they wait for the rebirth of the Sun’s powers.
This haunting is not the same as during Samhain, where the veil is thinned so that the dead can walk among us. The spirits of Yule are connected with the mystical and the psychic logic of the Solstice Season. However, one can be visited from their ancestors, relatives, spirit guides or their soul friends (anamchara).
A Yuletide story called the Sluagh-Sídehe of Brug na Bóinne. It translates people of the mound or barrow where the dead have been buried. All sídehe in the Celtic mythology and traditions are haunted. It is said that they are the gateway for the souls and spirits of the dead. It is also a gateway for living mortals so that they can pass back and forth to each world. On the other side the sídehe is the Otherworld or the Land of the Youth, the Isle of the Blessed. This is where the living soul continues the quest for wisdom. The people of the Sídhe are the Faeryfolk. They live forever beyond the sídhe in the ráths, which are submerged roundhouses or Faery fortresses, which are their magical castles in the Otherworld.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Sqeaking Closet Door - Closing the door once again

Take a minute and read this....think about these words, these are not my words but they do speak for me. They ring so true that they are humbling.
I have many friends of many faiths... seems they all can except others religions but are all so wary of one....
I have been more 'open' the last year or so, not all of it has been welcomed. Not all has been negative, but..... I am tired. It was just so much easier when 'others' had no clue, or maybe they did but held a blind eye to it. Many people can lend a blind eye....don't ask, don't know, just keep wondering........

The open practice of paganism often invites criticism, ridicule, potential loss of job, social ostracization, and even bodily harm - while the open practice of Christianity more likely encourages a positive popular response.

As the saying goes, "it doesn't take a rocket scientist" to realize that, for many people, "passing" as Christian can significantly simplify their public life. And, although this deception may be offensive to the purist, it is generally not very difficult for the closet pagan to participate in most ostensibly Christian practices.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Windy!!!! I have been busy....Yippy!!!!

Well all my little Bloggers...with dropping temps and wind....I feel like Todo in Kansas....I sure hope the house don't land on me!!! Oh No!!!!!

I have been busy with some remodeling in our basement...hubby tears it up - I clean it up! But in the end it's gong to be great!

I have been eyeing a large concrete block wall down there....hmmm I think I am going to paint trees on it! More on that as I go. First things first... get the remodeling done! Then that wall is mine! All mine! I will take pictures as I go...but for now I have to wait. Heavy sigh......

I have been listing-listing-listing necklaces on Etsy! All types, all colors and all with FREE EARRINGS!
So if you have a minute please visit my Etsy store and take a peek. Let me know what you honest! Please!

And...drum roll please!!!! Drummmdrumm drumdrumdrum....
My website is up! Still need tinkering with but it up and running with buttons to PayPal!!!!

Monday, November 30, 2009


I needed to pop in here and post something..... my life is pretty boring right now and I am in brain-fog land.
So I will post something yummy!

> This is really good eating for a cold winter day!
> 1 1/2 Tbl butter
> 1/2 onion
> 2 cloves of garlic
> 2 springs of fresh thyme
> 1/2 butternut squash, peeled, seed and cut into 1 inch cubes
> 4 cups of chick broth
> 1/2 cube of chicken bouillon
> 1 pinch of cumin
> 1 pinch of ground all spice
> salt and pepper to taste
> Melt butter in a large pot over med. heat; cook onion, garlic and thyme in the hot butter until onion has soften, about 5 minutes. Add the squash and chicken broth, bring to a simmer and cook until the squash is tender, 10 - 15 minutes . Crumble the bouillion into the soup and season with cumin, allspice, salt and pepper. Remove from heat.
> Pour the soup into a blender, no more than halfway in the pitcher. Puree the soup, do small batches or the blender will not puree. Use quick short pulses to get the soup to start pureeing. Pour into bowls and serve.
> Now to cut the time cooking, I precooked my squash in the oven until it was tender. Scoop it out of the skin and then puree it. I added some of the chicken broth to the blender to start the process. Then mix everything together, let simmer for 10 - 15 minutes to mix all the flavors. Serve in bowls with crackers or crusty french bread. This recipe will make 4 servings.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Grateful and Gratitudes

It;s been a challenging year for most of us, some of us have been hit harder then others. The economy which has gotten to almost everyone one of us. Health issues...oh my!
But even with all these road blocks we all must be thankful for so many things.

If you are reading this, I guess you still have your internet! Be thankful!

I am thankful for my husband, which is feeling much better!
So much better that he's baking Pumpkin Pies! I am thankful he likes to make them!

I am thankful for my many internet, group and blogger friends! Yes, that's you!

I am thankful for those friends around me that have a open mind and have not judged hard!

I am thankful for my four legged furry friend, they bring comfort and quite companionship to my life.

Thankful I can walk, see and hear...

I am thankful I live in America!

Thankful I have food to eat, a roof over my head....and so much more that I am thankful for!

Wishing each and everyone of you a Happy Thanksgiving!
Bright Blessings,

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Off The Beaten Path! A Fork in the Road!

I think I can....I know I can.... make a slight switch!

I have made a decided leap! More Jewlery!!!!
I am taking action!
I have decided that I am going to try to list 4-5 Necklaces on Etsy a day! If I get one item listed...well that's OK too!
And you know what I have also decided!?!?!?!? On most, but not all necklaces will come with FREE earrings!!!!!
OK! Now as my Blogger Friends you have to tell me if I am being CRAZY!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

It's a lonely road... and change!

Some of you may have noticed...or not...that I have been missing, just not as active here and in groups. If you have missed me...thanks for missing me!
Alot of little things have been happening. All the little things added up and became heavey for me.
I have seemed to lost my ambition and started having a "I could give a crap' additude....this is all not good. I must pull myself out of this...winter is coming and it could get worse! Oh No!
One thing that has happened is I was beging to come out of the broom closet. With me peeking out here and there....well let's just say it hasn't gone well. So many are ignorent of any other ...let's call it.. religions, that they have no room for anything else other then what they beleive ( or seen on TV!). It is sad.... pepole have a closed mind to what others believe or think, and totaly the WRONG ideas! I am better inside my little world inside my little closet where it is safe, warm and welcoming. I am going to read more and learn more sitting in my closet as a world passes by with the door closed....I may crack it open just a little here and there. I am a Eclectic Solitary and that is the way I shall remain.

Something else is happening to the world around us, something is changing, something is coming. Alot of us are feeling it, but no one can pin point just what 'it' is. Some have even felt the impauls to store supplies. Foods with long shelf life, medical supplies, water and other emergency items. The overwhelming feeling of having to prepare. To prepare for what? Something is coming.... is it good or is it bad?

Also seems alot of people or cleaning out things, geting rid of things. I have no ambition to get any art done because I have a nagging voice telling me to simplify and organize. In 1/2 hour in my closet I have loaded the back of my minivan and carted it off to Goodwill. I have walked through my house with a box, tossing things in. I had that box filled in no time!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Seasons Changing

I was searching in my photos and I found this! I always liked this one!

Halloween has come and will return! But I look around my little art room and Halloween is still with me!
I have managed to get all my Halloween Party decorations packed and stashed away for another year....heavy sigh.
Thanksgiving is fast approaching and Christmas has already taken over the stores! I went into a store over the weekend and got Christmas overload! But I did spy a large black Christmas tree....ohhhh it was sooo prety, and so was the price tag! Yikes!!!!!
As I was putting 'Halloween' away I poked around in some Christmas Gourds that I had done in what almost feels another like a life time! LOL! Bright colors, happy smiles, cute! I brought some upstairs and I think I'll list a few on Ebay. They sold very well at shows....Christmas Season shows! ...hmmmmm
You see I have to dig around because I have no ambition!
The weather is holding out and the sun has been shining! Leaves need to be raked, grasses need cut down. The days go by so fast.....slow down!
I need to be thinking about next Halloween and what I may do.... wish there were Halloween shows around here! Seems so far away....353 days! Maybe Salam, MS????? I will be thinking very hard on this!
Now I am starting to ramble.... I will say good night to you all till next long in!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Halloween 2009!

I survived!
I won't bore you with tons of pictures of people you don't know, so I only posted a few.
Was a great party....may have been the best one yet! We had over 60 ghosts, goblins, zombies, red hat ladies, Queens and Kings, a Nun, Uncle Fester, and Pop-eye came too! I could go on and on with this list! The weather was just right! Was worried because in the morning it was raining! I had to go out and talk to Mother Nature! Lot's of food, loads of fun. And the fun lasted well into the night. Parties are great, and the things that really make a party great are wonderful people who come together to celebrate and share their life with you!

Oh Great Pumpkin! Hail the Flaming Pumpkin Head!
This year was the best flaming pumpkin head ever!

Scary Monsters roam the swamp! Watch Out he bites!

Entrance to the swamp path....who knows what lurks beyond the gates.....

Dave the hunter grabbing my hubby Tom.... there were alot of Red Hat Ladies here that night!

S-I-L Zombie Mike and Me! The Swamp Queen!

Ghost that lights the night

I guess not everyone made it through the night!

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Happy Happy Happy

Happy Halloween!!!
Happy Samhaim!

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Fridays Scary Story

The Fireplace Girl

Long ago in the new Americas, when women and children were just starting to come to the colonies, a little girls about 8 years old named Norma moved to Vermont with her parents. They were better off then most people at the time.They moved to a large house with a fireplace in every room.

One night Nora woke up around midnight by sounds coming from downstairs. She thought it was one of her parents because they often stayed up late. She called out to them but she got no answer. As she was dozing back to slepp she heard a mans voice say "The girl. We forgot about her. We got the parents but not the girl." Nora was really scared because she understood enough about what the
voice had said to know that her parents were hurt.

She ran to her fireplace and crawled up the chimney to hide. She stayed there for at least 3 hours, all the while whimpering "oh my mama, oh my papa" Finally, after she felt it was safe to to come out, she slid out of the fireplace and ran to her parents' room. But when she got to their door, she found she was to frightened
to go in. So she searched the rest of the house for clues as to who the voice belonged to. But she found nothing. In fact, the only thing wrong with the house
was that several things were missing, but Nora didn't care. She knew that she had to go up to her parents' room now, and she did.

She ran into the room and over to the bed. Nora pulled the sheets back, screamed in terror and fell to the floor. When a family friend found the two adults and the child, all three were dead. The parents' bodies were horribly mangled but little Nora appeared to have nothing wrong with her, she was just dead.

The family was buried in the cemetery up the road. No one was ever convicted for murdering the family, and the case is still open, although they know that the murderers are long dead. But Nora doesn't seem to know that. Because every
night, from midnight till three, the time she spent in the fireplace, she walks from the cemetery to the place where her house used to be, looking for the
people who murdered her parents.

They should be arriving!

I packaged and mailed all the gourd ornies...they should be arriving at their new homes soon!!!!!
I can't wait!!!!! Some of the boxes I had to get 'creative'!
Note to new owners/winners:
If you here strange noises coming from them, I'm sorry I tried to remove the spirits from them before's just sometimes they do remain haunted!

It's almost time!

Hello all ya Halloweenies!
It's almost time...that magickal time of the year! Halloween or Samhain!
Decorating is coming along more and more each day! Soon all the ghost, ghouls, monsters will come and enjoy the evening....then it will all be over...heavy sigh. I need to put out more cobwebs...more and more and more!

Halloween was orginally a pagan holiday, taken over by the church to celebrate All Saints Day (or All Hallows Day). Halloween a day when kids mooch candy from neighbors, the stores are full of goofy masks and fake cobwebs and the Great Pumpkin rises from the pumpkin patch. It's all very simple and innocent.

SOme schools and churches are replacing the word "Halloween" with "Fall Festival" because of negative connotations some see in the long-standing holiday name.

No! No. do not change the name I say!

Samhain Today
Today Pagans see Samhain as a time to honor the dead, not as the dead, but as the living spirits of loved ones and as guardians who hold the wisdom of mankind. It is a celebration of the afterlife where we do not die but rest and continue to learn and prepare for our next incarnation

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Three Days!

Halloween excitement is building here, I just can't wait for the big day, another part of me doesn't want it to end.... it's the whole season I enjoy, and the waiting for the party ....well hubby says I strees out! I'm off to the store this afternoon to pick pop and other odds and ends!Seems to be always something!
We don't get any trick or treaters in our neighborhood, houses are to far apart and it's a dead end loop.
I remember going Trick or Treatinig... we would get a pillow case for our candy and off we'ld go. Today just a little bucket will do. Anyone else remember the good 'ol days of Trick or Treat?!!

I don't have anything listed on eBay at the moment,there's just too much to do here!

But this morning I was thinking I should vamp up my jewlery on Etsy for the Christmas Holidays..... but until my party I won't be doing anything but 'party' stuff! But there's just sooo much outdoor fall stuff to do in my yard! Last night I looked at all those leaves...oh yes, they are pretty....I got the mower out and mowed them!LOL!

Three days!!!!
Oh My!!!!!!!!! We wait all year just for this day!!!!!!
I have been taking some pictures...yes, yes, I will share them soon!
I want to try to get pictures for everyone of a walk into the swamp, should be fun!

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Searched and Found!

5 Days till Halloween....time flies when good times are soon to come!
Halloween Parties and ohhhh the CANDY! Oh My!
I had these ornies hanging here beside me, and I knew I had taken a picture of them.....

But , I am not computer dear hubby is....and I hate to ask him....but I broke down...... I called for help!

He puts some of my pictures everywhere...He works with graphic design. I need things SIMPLE.. like all in one place! After 2 hours of searching I did find their pictures (I did have help)! I don't know how or where but they were found!
I placed these on Etsy last night...or was it this morning? Oh My I am so lost!
You get that way after 50!
Sometimes you just have to sit back and laugh at yourself!

Saturday, October 24, 2009


Here's 4 of the 9 I will be sending! What a amazing response I got for this give away! WOW!

I went through the many names in the Halloween Give-Away. Wrote down each and every name, double checked, triple checked....hmmm this person gets one chance, this person gets two! I cut out and folded each paper carefully, tossed them in a cauldron and stirred!

Called my kitties in to draw a name, they wanted nothing to do with that pot!Osiris did stick his nose in but, Salam ran off, Toby O twitched his ears and stood back, Raskis (white paws) stood far back and looked at me. Hmmm what shall I do?

I grabbed up my hat, sat down and stirred that pot some more! Guess I'll have to pull these names myself...... 9 winners I must have!

Please send me you mailing address ASAP!
In Email subject please put 'BLOG GIVE-AWAY'

Thanks everyone!!!!!!!!

Lavender Dreamer
Rabbit Hollow Prims

Friday, October 23, 2009

Friday Night's Scary Story

Something Black and Cold
From "The Little Giant Book of 'True' Ghost Stories"

It started with little things, strange incidents that were sometimes inconvenient, sometimes almost amusing. But then the heavy trouble began... and the terror.

In the early 1970s, two sisters, Lois Dean and Diantha Summer, moved their families into two old houses in the middle of Rawlins, Wyoming, a small city in the Rocky Mountains. Lois and her husband and their six children moved into the big house. Diantha and her two sons took the carriage house right behind the main house.

Very soon, strange things began to happen in the big house:

Lights kept turning on and off. At first the adults thought it was just the kids playing around. But they soon found that the lights seemed to be going on and off by themselves, even when no one else was around. Thinking it must be an electrical problem, Lois and her husband had the house rewired, but it kept happening.

When the children were playing games, they would leave the room for a minute and then come back to find game pieces missing.

An older daughter found the colors in her makeup kits often smeared together. At first she thought the younger children were doing it, so she banished them from her room. But it kept happening even after she padlocked the door.

The family dog wagged his tail as though at an invisible guest, and his eyes followed something across the room.

Sometimes, in the big house the bathroom cabinet would be found completely empty. Toothbrushes, combs and medicines would all be gone, to be found later in odd places. Again, Lois thought it was the children, but it even happened when they were all at school and she was alone in the house.

Then things began to get rough.

A boyfriend of one of the girls was playfully climbing through a window. Something unseen picked him up and threw him inside, against a wall. That was the end of that boyfriend. He never came back for another visit.

Not long afterward, one of the younger boys said he had seen something in the garage. Mike, Diantha's 14-year old, decided to take a look. He started out the back door of the big house and suddenly felt two hands grab him and throw him through the air, back into the kitchen, into the refrigerator. He had red marks on his chest as if something had scratched him.

Lois was infuriated. She began yelling, "I don't care who you are. I'm not putting up with you coming into my house and hurting kids!"

She was so angry that she was momentarily unafraid. She dashed out into the garage. There she saw a black shape.

"It was big and billowy," she says, "and it was dressed like a woman in something black and long."

It came toward her smoothly, as though it were on wheels...

"Something black and cold started coming out of it, like ribbons," she recalls. "It started wrapping me in those strands. I could feel their coldness. I couldn't move."

The she felt her sister, who saw the shape too, grab her from behind and jerk her away from the thing and back into the big house.

The sisters sat up all night, praying as hard as they could. The prayers may have had a good effect, for they never saw the thing again.

They took to calling that incident "the Main Event". Afterward, they felt the atmosphere to be a little less oppressive. However, everyone had a sense that the place was still not quite right, and before long, both families moved out.

In talking to the neighbors, only one event in the past seemed to hold a clue. Back in the early 1900s, a graveyard on the property was dug up and moved to another location. Rumor had it that two bodies were left behind. Were these two different restless spirits? We may never know.


Oh My! I am soooo EXCITED and HONORED!!! I can hardley type!!!!!
This has made my whole whole whole month!
To my great surprise my art is on the cover of Ye Olde Witches Brew magizine!!!!! And it is one of my favorite paintings!
I am giddy with excitement!!!!!! Please check it out!!!!
Even if you arn't the 'witchy' type you'll find some wonderful reading there!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Halloween Party Under Construction!

It has begun!
Ghosts and Goblins, Skeletons, Flying Bats, Cemetery Stones....all things Creepy and Crawly!
I started just the other day preparing for our annual Halloween Party! I just didn't know where to begin...inside or outside! I figures if I don't get started now it will be too late and I'll go CRAZY! So I decided OUTSIDE!
This is the second day of, I don't decorate all day! But it is quite surprising just how long it takes to do so little! Today I got several items in place. I piriot creepy out from behind a tree. This is in place where the guests first enter. A sign will be seen from here pointing to 'Blood Cafe' Where all the goodies are up on the deck...yummy. Bats fly from the rooftop hanging from dead tree out don't let them get in your hair! I can't wait to get the tables up and decorated! But that has to wait till the day of the party!
I need to get about 7 bales of straw for sitting on the nice comfy lawn chairs this year! Gwaaaaarrrrakle!
I put clear fishing strings hanging across the Swamps Cemetery path. This (I hope) will give the effect of walking through spider webs! I hate spider webs on my face!

Next I have to figure out where the huge Ghoul goes....someplace different from last year! I like to put him in a spot where I can put a strobe light on him.....ohhhh scary! I'm going to try to get a skeleton floating in the pond this year! I think I'll just place him on the pond netting...... now I wonder just how I am going to get him in the middle of a 15x15 pond without getting wet?

Until next update....Happy Haunting
And yes I'll get pictures!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

I Got My Apple!!! Give Away!!!

WHaaaHaaaa I received my Apple Give Away from nBecca at Magikal Seasons!
Oh what a Happy Apple it is! Going to put him right on top of the fruit bowl! My Grandson already tried to take him home! LOL!
Thank you Becca for your wonderful Give Away!
If I could remember how to get a picture from her page would be here to see!!!!

Saturday, October 17, 2009

The Halloween Witch

I was going to save this for my last Friday Night Scarey Story.....but it kept nagging me in my mind....hey let me out....hurry.
So instead of waiting for the night before Halloween 'All Hollows Eve' I am posting this now. But don't worry next Friday I will have a spooky tale to tell!

Something I would like to share for October.
I did not write this, someone had sent it to me a few years ago....but every year I post it in some of my groups.

The Halloween Witch

Each year they parade her about ... the traditional Halloween witch.

Misshapen green face, stringy scraps of hair, and a toothless mouth beneath her disfigured nose. Gnarled, knobby fingers twisted into a claw, protracting from a bent and twisted torso that lurches about on wobbly legs.

Most think this abject image to be the creation of a prejudiced mind, or merely a Halloween caricature.

I disagree. I believe this to be how witches were really seen.

Consider that most witches: were women, were abducted in the night, and smuggled into dungeons or prisons under the secrecy of darkness, to be presented by the light of day as a confessed witch.

Few, if any, saw a frightened, normal looking woman being dragged into a secret room filled with instruments of torture. To be questioned until she confessed to anything that was suggested to her, and to give names or whatever would stop the questions. Crowds saw the aberration denounced to the world as a self-proclaimed witch.

As the witch was paraded through the town, en route to be burned, hanged, drowned, stoned, or disposed of in various other forms of Christian love ... all created to free and save her soul from her depraved body. The jeering crowds viewed the results of hours of torture. The face, bruised and broken by countless blows, bore a hue of sickly green. The once warm and loving smile gone.

Replaced by a grimace of broken teeth and torn gums that leers beneath a battered, disfigured nose. The disheveled hair conceals bleeding gaps of torn scalp from whence cruel hands had torn away the lovely tresses. Broken, twisted
hands clutched the wagon for support. Fractured fingers locked like groping claws to steady her broken body. All semblance of humanity gone. This was truly a demon, a bride of Satan, a witch.

I revere this Halloween crone and hold her sacred above all. I honor her courage and listen to her warnings of the dark side of humanity.

Each year I shed tears of respect.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

(¯`'•.¸(¯`'•.¸Blog Sale¸.•'´¯ )¸.•'´¯)

I have some art that is seeking a new home...they told me!
I hear them whispering...
"We're tired of sitting on this shelf, find me a new home."
Really! LOL! And I am running out of space!
If you see something below they you just have to have, shoot me a Email at (subject) Blog Sale
With not going thru the Ebay auction time I can get these out fast!
They will be on a first come, first serve.
(My website is still in the works, so I am selling them here!)
I will mark them sold ASAP. And ship with USPS Priority mail.
Payment can be made via Paypal, check or Money Order.
Paypal is next day shipping!

My first item is a 'The Flying NutCracker' Halloween gourd ornament.
Painted with acrylics on a Haunted Swamp, Home grown gourd!
He is aprox. 11 inches tall. His feet, arms and fingers are bendable. His ghostly attire is made from lightly tea stained cheescloth.
His hat is a container and will hold several candy kisses or other wrapped sweet treat....yum!
A protective varnish finish has been applied.
$25.00 plus $5.00 shipping

Next I have a Crazy Gourd Guy! I think he has been drinking the Swamp Water!
He is 13 inches tall and stands on a 4 x 4 square base.
Yes, another real Haunted Swamp grown gourd!!
Painted with acrylic paints with a matte varnish applied for protection. His stem is unpainted.
Around his neck is a collar of layered orange and black netting. Cheesecloth covers his arms. Fingers and arms are bendable!
$25.00 plus $6.00 shipping

This is my 'Dream' box! It's a papier mache pressed box that I have painted with acrylic paints in a beautiful blue and highlighted with deep purple. A real eye catcher! The entire piece, inside and out is covered with very fine Hologram Extreme Glitter and sealed with varnish. I have painted what I call twinkle stars on the inside bottom. The inside top is also painted with swirling dots.
You won't be disappointed! This took alot of time to paint!
It is about 10 1/2 inches wide and 4 inches deep.
There is one very small area where some grey paint got on
the side, it's about 1/4 inch and smudged. I never noticed this until just now!
$30.00 and $5.00 shipping

Thanks for taking the time to look!
Please Email me if you have any questions!

Monday, October 12, 2009

Look at my candles!!!!

I have been having fun making some fake candles for my Halloween party! By fake I real candle, these are for the battery candles. Let me warn you making these is addictive! And you will need lots of the long hotglue sticks. One candle took 7-8 glue sticks and about 1 hour.
You will find how to make these PVC candles at
or just google
' haunt your house'
I think I am going to keep some of them out all year!!!!!

I can hardly wait until my Halloween party! This year it will be on Halloween Night!!!!!! Sure hope the weather is at least dry so a nice warming bon fire can be made!Got to keep all the ghosties and ghouls warm!

I have all my 'stuff' out and ready, 14 bins of decorations...I just don't know what the weather may be like! Hoping and praying that it can be help outside! If not, heavey sigh, it will be indoors. So I have to wait to see where to decorate!!!!! Oh my!
I have some of the graveyard in place. I will have a picture trail to show everyone when it done! All this stress for one day!!!!! LOL! But Halloween only come once a year!!!!!
Until next post have a wonderful and magical evening!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

A Haunted Halloween Give Away!!!!!!

Ohhh it's almost here...what you ask?
The time of year all of us Halloweenies wait for! That one night of the year that is ours! It's gets here, then poof it's gone! Then we sit and wait another year.....oh the days drag by........
OK! OK! Enough of that!

I am going to have a GIVE AWAY! What am I giving?

One of these will be sent to a winner.
Ornaments are made from a Haunted Swamp Gourd! Noses, ears or hats are made from a over baked clay and painted!
If there are more then 4 winners another Gourd ornie will be sent that's not pictured here... I have more! HAhahahahhhaaaaaa

Four winners will be needed! Maybe more!
For every 5 people who post 1 winner will be drawn!
15 people = 3 winners
20 people = 4 winners
25 people = 5 winners....and so on!

How do you get a chance.... or two?
All you have to do is post here for one chance....
Blog about this Give Away on your Blog and you will be put in for a second chance!
Names will be drawn on Oct 24....thirteen days from now!

Byrum Art is having a Give Away!

Byrum Art is having a Give Away to celebrate Halloween!

First Prize will be a Original Painting with a black frame with the corners washed in orange!

Second Prize will be a print from our most popular print "Autumn Dance", size 5" by 7" with the mirrored glass frame.

So hurry over and check it out at

Please let her know you found her Give Away here!

OK Get going, get over there, fly away!

Friday, October 9, 2009

A Haunted place to share

My Friday night story wasn't just touched me and I wanted to share.

Now I ask...did you grow up in a haunted house? I would love to hear your stories.
Here are some of mine.... just things that happened to me in my life....and what a life it is!

My great-grandmother,grandfather, uncle and , mother all died at home. My dad almost did too, but he's there still at 'home'....yes the house I grew up in. My son now lives in the very same house.
Not many people stayed the night, my house was too scary. Sometimes the water would come on all by itself, or the T.V. came on and blasted! We would hear footsteps upstairs when no one was there.

The upstairs living room was always the creepiest place to me. It just had a air about it. You know that odd feeling? There was this Cinderella clock in that room. It had stopped the minute my grandfather died and never ran again. I had to pass through that room to get to my bedroom upstairs. As soon as I stepped foot in that room that clock would chime! How I hated to go through that room. This didn't happen every night just 3-4 out of seven.

In that same room there was this shadowbox on the wall that held some nicknacks. I swear they would turn and look at you. Once I had some friends over....well let's say they saw it too. I never saw a pack of people run out the door so fast in my life!

I was only about 10-12 when my grandfather died. But almost every night I woulod hear footsteps coming up the steps....I new it was only grandpa coming to check on me, it was OK.
My grand daughter lives there now with my son. She stopped one day and pointed at a picture on my wall and said " That's Grand-Dad he talks to me sometimes at home." Now she had never met my dad, he had died before she was born....hmmmm makes you wonder.

After my dad died we rented the house out for a short time, this was before Tom, my son bought it, the tenet left about midnight one night. She did later return for her things, in the daylight. She said she kept seeing a woman in the house, just glimpses. On that last night that woman wouldn't let her alone. She was banging on the bedroom door. That's the night she left. She later discribed the 'women', she discribed my mom right down to her glasses! Guess mom didn't want her there!

This is just a tiny bit about my haunted house that I grew up in. I could tell you many stories!
Eveb to this day they are still there. Just ask my son and his family!

Come share your story!

Last Ride .... Friday night story

(this is a story I retelling that I heard sometime ago as well as I can remember it)
This story I have added some artwork of mine from past years.

The old women peered out her grimmy window into the bright sky lite by the full moon.
What a perfect background for Halloween!

Her blcak cat leaped onto her lap and purred loudly. Oh so pleasent to her ears.

The cat stared into her green eyes set in a wrinkly face.
She rose from the chair and walked to the old trunk filled with the tools of her trade.
Rummaging through the odds and ends she finds what she was searching for. This will do fine she says in a whisper.. She pours the dried contents into liquid and it begins to bubble. hmmmm.... she drinks deeply... a bitter tast.

She hobbles over to the fire, a liquid green mixture boils in her cauldron.
Stiring the mixture she says....... Double, bubble, toil and trouble!
The shadow of her cat grows in size, a howl is heard outside in the woods, she shouts in response.

A gust of wind slames again the old house. Saddnes crosses the old womans face. Rejoice in the night for when the sun comes up we must return.
The old woman opens the closet and reaches inside. She pulls out and old cloak as dark as night. Tears trickled down her worn face. She pulled it tightly around herself. Next she she reached up and removed a old pointed hat from the dusty shelf, she brushed away her silver hair as she placed it on her head.

She looked around her dim room thinking of fond memories with no regretes. Her eyes landing on her cat. 'Now my dear friend for all these years, we will answer the call of this night'

She spread her arms wide as the wind began to blow harder. Her broom seemed to float towards her. " It is our time! My sisters await!"
It was Halloween night and spirits were waiting.
She sat upon her broom and took flight. This was her last night as Coven leader, a new one would be sworn in this Hallow's eve.

For the last time on this magical night she would ride into the night sky. This was her last ride.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Ohhh Soooo Spooky!!!!! The life of a Haunted Swamp Gourd

I listed this fellow last night!
I love using my gourds but, at the same time I hate seeing them leave my home!
This gourd has spent about 2 years in my loving care.
From seed to Halloween Ornament!
First year of life he went from seed to a little seedling.
The vine grew and grew , then one day a flower appeared!
A little baby gourdlet was being created!
As the spring and summer marched on, the little gourdlet got bigger and bigger!
August came and he was all grown up.... well almost!
September and October came, it got colder, then a frost!
Oh My!
All the vines looked dead! But there in the mess there he was.
The vine browned, it was time to be picked!
He layed out in the weather all that winter.
Spring came with rains and warmer weather,
awwww the feel of the sunshine drying him out more.
He was moved to a dryer spot to continue his journey.
As summer came he was almost dry....almost.
He got to see the new life of more gourds begin, just like he did.
Then he was checked again, shaken and looked at from top to bottom.
He was dry! Off to a nice hot bath!
He got to linger for alittle while soaking the grime and dirt from his shell.
Awwww what a nice soak....then..... Lynda comes in with a copper scrubby!
Oh Nooooo!
She adds more soap and starts scrubbing, rinsing, scrubbing.
Look ! All nice and clean...... hmmmm what's that I smell?
Dunk, dunk, dunk. Swish, swish, swish.
A bleach bath!
Lynda takes me out and lays me on a nice dry towel..... I feel so clean!
Now a new life begins.... Lynda sets me on her art table and looks me over and applies some paint.
I whisper to her.... "I wanna' be a Halloween Ornament."
She looks me over again, awww she thinks "this would make a fine Halloween Ornament!"
She paints and designs and paints some more. Hours and days go by.
She adds beads and foo-foo to make me all pretty.....but I am still scary!
She holds me up and nods her head and gives me a twirl then I hear.
I think this one is done!

Monday, October 5, 2009

Getting I crazy!?

Well....I started pulling all the Halloween party decorations out! Am I crazy??? I don't even know where to begin this year! The weather seems so unpredictable... is it going to be rainy, cold, wet, dry, too cold..... or just right for a outside party? Where do I begin!??!!
I have ..... 14 bins and three plies of Halloween stuff! That's not counting the 30+ tombstones!
I am hoping for dry weather, it can be chilly but dry!
Where, oh where do I begin?

A New Award *** Over The Top!

What wonderful Award!
I recieved this award from Sherry at
(wish I knew how to do those neat suffer along with me)
I am to pass this Award along to six wonderful Artists!
Here are the rules for the Over the Top Award.
Copy and change the answers and paste the it on your blog. One word answers! Once you have filled it out pass this award to 6 others. Alert then that they have been awarded! And have fun!
1 Where is your cell phone? Car
2 Your hair? Short
3 Your mother? Ashes
4 Your father? Ashes
5 Your Favorite food? Pizza
6 Your dream last night? Nothing
7 Your favorite drink? water
8 Your dream/goal? Sell
9 What room are you in? Artroom
10 Your hobby? Life
11 Your fear? Alone
12 Where do you want to be in six years? Alive
13 Where were you last night? Garden
14 Something that you aren't? Hungry
15 Muffins? Blueberry
16 Wish list item? Website
17 Where did you grow up? Ohio
18 Last thing you did? Catlitter
19 What are you wearing? Jeans
20 Your Tv? On
21 Your pets? Cats
22 Friends? Hmmmm
23 Your life? Boring
24 Your mood? Glum
25 Missing someone? No
26 Vehical? Mazda 5
27 Something your not wearing? Shoes
28 Your favorite store? PatCatins
29 Your favorite color? Purple
30 When was the last time you laughed? Yesterday
31 Last time you cried? Awhile
32 Your best friend? Hubby
33 One place that I go over and over? Pond
34 One personwho Emails you regularly? Sister
35 Favorite place to eat? Anywhere
OK that's it!
I am passing this award to
(This is the hard part)

Friday, October 2, 2009

Friday Night Ghost Story

Black Aggie
retold by
S. E. Schlosser

When Felix Agnus put up the life-sized shrouded bronze statue of a grieving angel, seated on a pedestal, in the Agnus family plot in the Druid Ridge Cemetery, he had no idea what he had started. The statue was a rather eerie figure by day, frozen in a moment of grief and terrible pain. At night, the figure was almost unbelievably creepy; the shroud over its head obscuring the face until you were up close to it. There was a living air about the grieving angel, as if its arms could really reach out and grab you if you weren't careful.

It didn't take long for rumors to sweep through the town and surrounding countryside. They said that the statue - nicknamed Black Aggie - was haunted by the spirit of a mistreated wife who lay beneath her feet. The statue's eyes would glow red at the stroke of midnight, and any living person who returned the statues gaze would instantly be struck blind. Any pregnant woman who passed through her shadow would miscarry. If you sat on her lap at night, the statue would come to life and crush you to death in her dark embrace. If you spoke Black Aggie's name three times at midnight in front of a dark mirror, the evil angel would appear and pull you down to hell. They also said that spirits of the dead would rise from their graves on dark nights to gather around the statue at night.

People began visiting the cemetery just to see the statue, and it was then that the local fraternity decided to make the statue of Grief part of their initiation rites. "Black Aggie" sitting, where candidates for membership had to spend the night crouched beneath the statue with their backs to the grave of General Agnus, became popular.

One dark night, two fraternity members accompanied new hopeful to the cemetery and watched while he took his place underneath the creepy statue. The clouds had obscured the moon that night, and the whole area surrounding the dark statue was filled with a sense of anger and malice. It felt as if a storm were brewing in that part of the cemetery, and to their chagrin, the two fraternity members noticed that gray shadows seemed to be clustering around the body of the frightened fraternity candidate crouching in front of the statue.

What had been a funny initiation rite suddenly took on an air of danger. One of the fraternity brothers stepped forward in alarm to call out to the initiate. As he did, the statue above the boy stirred ominously. The two fraternity brothers froze in shock as the shrouded head turned toward the new candidate. They saw the gleam of glowing red eyes beneath the concealing hood as the statue's arms reached out toward the cowering boy.

With shouts of alarm, the fraternity brothers leapt forward to rescue the new initiate. But it was too late. The initiate gave one horrified yell, and then his body disappeared into the embrace of the dark angel. The fraternity brothers skidded to a halt as the statue thoughtfully rested its glowing eyes upon them. With gasps of terror, the boys fled from the cemetery before the statue could grab them too.

Hearing the screams, a night watchman hurried to the Agnus plot. To his chagrin, he discovered the body of a young man lying at the foot of the statue. The young man had apparently died of fright.

The disruption caused by the statue grew so acute that the Agnus family finally donated it to the Smithsonian museum in Washington D.C.. The grieving angel sat for many years in storage there, never again to plague the citizens visiting the Druid Hill Park Cemetery.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

A Magikal Seasons Give Away

Took some time and went blog cruising... and what did I find!
A Magikal Autumnal Apple Give Away!
SO get over there to Magikalseasons blog and ....well you know what to do! Leave a comment that what!

30 DAYS!

Oh My Halloween is only 30 days away!

Dear Bloggers,
I am so sorry if I haven't visited your blogs, I do love reading everyones blog! I just can't keep up! I am going to have to find a way to get to all your wonderful blogs. Time management and headaches keep me away and away from the things I like to do! One of my fav's is blog surfing!
So when I have time I'll be back again and again and again!

Saturday, September 26, 2009's coming!!!!

Oh my I have been so busy! Busy and not feeling I am getting anything done!

I have been trying to get something listed on EBay everyday...... come check it out!

I can't beleive Halloween is almost here! I have soooo much to do! Party plans are swallowing me up....panic time!

Please! Please let the weather be good...dry, and not freezing with rain or snow!

Please visit my auctions on Ebay for OOAK Halloween items from the HAUNTED SWAMP!


The ghost in the Alley

There was this alley way behind the old school. Everyone said it was haunted. Haunted by a young girl who was found murdered in that very alley. A vengeful soul the old folk say. Everyone avoided the small alley as dusk night fell.

Some say you could here screams at night if the wind was just right.

One night as a group of teens were out, they goated George, the new kid to go around back of the old building. He came running back ....saying he had seen a young girl standing there in the alley! He said hi, but she faded away! Everyone froze, no one said a word. George asked....because he was new to town, if anyone knew who she was, a look flash between them.

Maybe George had heard the stories?

Well if no one will answer me I'll go ask her myself.... away he went disappearing from sight. No one tried to stop him, no one really believed the stories.

Oh he'll just get scared and come running back they thought.

At that moment a horrible scream came from where George had disappeared to in the alley.
They all looked and huddled together in fear. Maybe George was just playing around trying to trick them?

They George. They called his George. Gathering up their courage they went , very slowly to the alley calling his name. They were met by a unnatural coldness and a blinding white light.

There they saw the body of George laying in a pool of blood, his throat had been ripped open. Above him hovered a semitransparent figure of a young girl blood dripping from her open mouth. She glared at the group of teens eyeing them. Letting out a howl she vanished in a brilliant flash of light.

George gasped his last breath and died. The teens ran....shaking, screaming! The police came to deal with the body and listened to the story of the the teen about the girl behind the school. So many witnesses, they were convinced that maybe the stories were true. There was a ghost behind the school in the haunted alley.

Friday, September 18, 2009

The Inn

This Fridays spooky story is

The Inn

As we were preparing for a much needed vacation to visit a nice little town on the coast the sky was starting to darken. Looked like we were going to be driving right into a storm.

About an hour into our drive it started to rain. First it was just a sprinkle, suddenly it turned into a downpour! We had the windshield wipers going as fast as they could and they couldn't keep up!

As the thunder cracked and lighting filled the sky we decided to pull over somewhere and wait the storm out. We were in the middle of nowhere. Suddenly in a flash of lightening we noticed a Inn up the road ahead.

We pulled into the parking lot of what looked like a cozy farmhouse. It was so strange, the parking lot was empty. As we grabbed a few suitcases and ran for the front porch a kind-looking man, the innkeeper, he opened the door and invited us in. The soft glow of candles, the warm crackle of a fireplace made us feel at home.

We settled into our rooms and soon fell asleep. We woke the next morning to the sound of birds singing, looking out the window the sun was shinning.

Everything was so quite otherwise. We went downstairs and the room was deserted. Wanting to get back on the road we left money to cover our stay with a note thanking the innkeeper.

We drove a few miles and stopped to grab a bite to eat and get gas. The attendant starting chatting. "You didn't drive thought that terrible storm we had last night, did you?"

" Yes we did. But it got so bad we stopped at the Inn a few miles back and stayed the night."

The attendant turned and looked at us with a puzzled look. "You don't mean the old farmhouse up the road?"

"Yes, that's the place."
"Well that's impossible. That place burnt down last winter."

Not believing the man we drove back to the Inn we had stayed at the night before. There was no farmhouse, only the charred remains of what was once a farmhouse. Stepping out of the car to have a closer look, we stepped through where the front door once stood. There on the burnt remains of a table we were shocked to see our thank you note still sitting there!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009


Hurry over to
Be the lucky winner a a bunch of prizes!SEHA members are joining together to create a big give-away! Several artists are contributing... I am!
If you win it will be like Christmas as you receive multiple prizes in your mail!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

I have made a box for DREAMS!

I just had to share my newest Ebay auction! It's covered in Holagram Extreme Fine a dream! Oh! It shimmers to your eyes delight. I love looking at it!
This is a beutiful box made of Dreams for Dreams.

You can have this box hold all yours Dreams...Past, Present and Future

It will hold a lifetime of Dreams because it is made for dreams!

On Ebay now!

Come see me in SEHA's blog

Come and visit this wonderful blog so graciously done by Cindy/Halloweenspirit01
She's doing a wonderful job!!!!
Come along and follow........

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Halloween Queens - give away

There's a great - wonderful - awsome - give away going on over at.......


Friday, September 11, 2009

Ghost at the Piano

This Friday Night Ghost story is named


Felice awoke to the sound of Beethovens Moonlight Sonata wafting it's way up from the inn's conservatory. SHe had just checked in two hours ago, bleary eyed from the four hour drive en route to her next concert in Seattle. All she really wanted to do was get some sleep before she finished the journey in the morning, so who in the world would be playing downstairs at 3:00 a.m.?

Finally irritated enough to drag herself out of bed, Felice padded down the master staircase and across the main hall to the doorway of the conservatory. She frozethere, her eyes irresistibly anchored on the handsome man at the piano. He didn't seem quite of this ara in his vintage tuxedo and slicked back hair, Felice vaguely wondered if he was an actor who put on shows in the inn's hayday in the roaring twenties. Indeed, there was even a glass of gin on the top of the piano.

Without a sound from Felice, the manup as though he had expected to see her therr all along. "Hello Felice, I've been waiting for you...for quite some time." Felice was mesmerized by his deep black eyes, and felt compelled to move toward the piano.

"You and I have a duet to play, Felice. Come sit an the bench beside me." Felice found she couldn't resist the man's command, and she slowly sank into the bench next to him. A sudden shiver overtook her as she felt a distinct chill in the air.

"Put your fingures on the keys, Felice", the man gently coaxed with a predatory gleam in his eyes. As if of her own volition, Felice's hands reached for the keyboard and settled there ready for the next command.

"Now play. You know the tune." Felice hesitated, but her hands no longer obayed her, and they began to play the sonata that had drawn her down the stairs. The man fell into accompaniment, and as they played, both figures slowly faded out of sight.

That was Felice's final performance.

Byrum Art Give Away!

LOOK!!!!!!! A wonderful give away! Fly over and take a peek
Check out what you need to do to get a chance all some great goodies!!!!
I entered....not passing this up!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Sorry for being one day late! Had a ton of unpleasant stuff happen yesterday...and on top of all that my camera was taken.... that person will get their's in the end!

Ok so now with the drawing.... reaching into my bag. If I had my camera I could take a picture of this happening!
Stirring the paper up, shaking bag......
And the paper reads.....


Congratulations Mrs B. !!!

Pssst....need your address!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Friday Spooky Stories #1

The crisp feel of fall is in the air..... Halloween is drawing near.
From now till Halloween each Friday I will post a spooky story for all to read!
Are they real stories? Only the spirits know for sure.
Todays spooky story is:

Behind the Tombstone

The old tombstone was begining to crumble, but it looked as good a site as any to set up. Aiden and Mark set the recorder on the ground between them and scanned the darkened cemetery with their flahlights. There wasn't a sign of a caretaker, and they hadn't really expected to see one given the dilapated state of the graveyard.

" Turn it on and let's begin" Aiden said. Mark flipped the recorder switch on, and Adins questioning began.

"Is there anyone with us tonight?" Nothing filled the silence except a slight scritch-scritch from somewhere behind the stone. Unperturbed, Aiden asked the next question.

"Can you you tell us your name?" Again the only sound was a scritch-scritch.

"Can you show yourself?" As before, just a scritch-scritch from behind the stone.

"Are you afraid of us?", asked Aiden. This time there was no Scritch-scritch,but the atmosphere suddenly seemed thick and malevolent. Neither young men noticed the towering dark shodow that rose from behind the tombstone until it was too late. The darkness swooped down and engulfed them until neither one could see the other, and just as suddenly, Aiden, Mark and the black shadow venished into the ground.

The next morning when the old caretaker showed up, he found a recorderlaying on the ground in front of the tombstone. He turned it on, and in the silence that followed each of Aiden questions, you could now here the following replies.

"Yes... I am always here."
"My name is never spoken by your kind, but it is very old."
"I'll show myself, but it is the last thing you'll ever see..."
"You are mine!"

The caretaker quietly pocketed the recorder, looking around to assure himself he was truly alone. He took the only evidence that anyone had been at the stone and tossed it in the pile with the rest back at the tool shed.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

There's another great GIVE AWAY going on WOW WOW WOW

There's another great Halloween give away happening here in the world of blogs!
Over at there's a GIVE AWAY happening that can't be missed! Members of SEHA - Society of Eclectic Halloween Artists have a new BLOG and a way to introduce themself the GIVE AWAY is a BIG one! Several SEHA artists will be adding to the GIVE AWAY! The winner will receive a gift from each SEHA member that is donating! You may recieve 8 or 28 things in the mail!!! Whooaaaa Haaaawwwww! What a GIVE AWAY!!!
So what are you wanting for...jump on your broom and fly over there!

Monday, August 31, 2009

Welcome September - HALLOWEEN GIVE AWAY!

Here's To the last of August! Good bye August! Welcome September!

Summer is over - BLOG GIVE-AWAY!

Halloween is almost here, can you believe that!

SO in honor of this wonderful holiday...HALLOWEEN... I am having a GIVE AWAY!

Papier Mache Halloween Treat Box

Each side is painted with a different spooky graveyard scene!

***All you have to do is post a comment here and that will give you one chance!

***Want another chance? Post about this give-away in your blog, and let me will be added a second time!

September 8th I will gather all your names and put them in my magic bag and draw a name out!

Good luck!

I just listed this creepy Halloween Ornament on Etsy!
Come and visit!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Watch for a give away soon!

Soon, very soon my friends I will be hosting another GIVE AWAY!!!!
Let me go shopping in my room of creations to see what I can find.
Halloween is coming soon... real soon!
I think I will look for something special that needs a welcoming home
Shall it be a painting, a gourd ornie or something in between?!?!?
So many decisions!

Going alittle nuts today.... cutting and freezing bell peppers...if I see another green pepper I'm going to scream! What! There's a whole garden of peppers waiting for me! Oh my!

Monday, August 24, 2009

Blog Award!

I wish to thank Sherry Byrum of for the gift of this lovley award. It was presented to me a week...or so ago... but I have bee MIA. I'm not sure what I did to deserve such a wonderful award!

The rules for the award are simple:

If you've been bestowed The Domestic Witch Blog Award.
Pass this award to 3 other blogs that you enjoy

* Include the award in your blog post

* Link the nominees within your post

* Don't forget to mention the person who gave you the award

* Let your chosen members know they received The Domestic Witch Award by commenting on their blog

So this award I pass onto.....

Vikky of the Enchanted Cauldron

Gail at (For her love of nature)

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Spooky things in the Swamp!

Spooky things are coming out of my swamp!!!!!
I wish all of you could come visit... and take a walk down the path into the Haunted Swamp...oh the wonders you would see!
This Creepy Gourd was caught down by the gates. Wow! Was he fast! Now he hangs in my art room...creepy. He needs a new home that's why he's on Ebay now!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Spooky Spirits walking in a Swamp

SPOOKY SPIRITS WALKING IN MY SWAMP With the heavy rains more strange sounds are coming from my Haunted Swamp during the night. The closer Halloween gets the stranger things get!
By the light of a burning torch I went to see what all the noise was about
.... my cats wouln't follow me, they always follow me into the swamp!
The gates to the swamp path stood slightly open..... there standing in the middle of the path was...

This fellow is now listed on Ebay!
Seller ID hauntedswampdesigns