Now that I'm beginning to feel rested from the rigors of Hallowe'en merry-making all month long, I can do some wrap-up and post-season reports.
NEWS FLASH: The ol' DSH was right! On Sept. 5th, I posited in a post (love to pop my 'p's) that the dead "chupacabra" found in Texas was likely a mangy coyote, and that is positively so!
Chupacabra ID'ed as coyote
But as happy as I was to be correct, I was disappointed to see a trend reported on in this news item:
To play Hallowe'en pranks, you must get permission
("May I soap your window, ma'am?" "Why yes, if you make a nice picture of a kitty or flower on the glass." "Thank you, ma'am.")
Being a red-headed drunken severed head, I was also disappointed to learn that I might be related to Neanderthal cavemen:
Science says some Neanderthals had red hair
But a cheerful thing happened today-- I got photos from a friend of a Hallowe'en party she hosted last week. I can't recall it, but Jane says she had a blast at the do! (She's always bringing dynamite caps when we go out.) Here are my friends:
______________________Uh-oh, hat fight!!