Sunday, October 31, 2010

31 Days of Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

I hope this final post conveys a sense of the fun and great times I've had during this Halloween Blog Blitz across the preceding 30 days. If you've been here for some or all of it, thank you! If this is your first visit in the month of October - welcome!

As the day began, I returned home from a family visit that involved a few scary movies on a large TV screen - and once home I watched a last few scary movies on a large TV screen while I waited for the doorbell to start ringing...

I'm feeling like the Halloween Blog Blitz needs a cameo from our blog good luck charm, so without further ado:

Hey everybody! Happy Halloween! Hope your scary day is sprinkled
with plenty of victory powder! You know, you could go as me for
Halloween - the hardest part is getting the eye right!

Ooookay, thanks Gary!

And here's some photo fun as my trick or treaters arrived:

This whole thing has truly been a blast - thanks to anyone who dropped in or came by regularly; thanks to my wondrous wife Suz for putting up with all my horror nonsense and watching a few of the pictures with me; thanks to my other movie buds (Sandra, David, April) for watching some pretty cool stuff with me on 10/30; and thanks to anyone who's ever worked on any scary movie or TV show, in front of or behind the camera - you all rock!

And you know what the scariest thing of all is? If I were to try another Halloween Blog Blitz for the entire month of October again! I've only got 334 days before it starts again! AIIIEEEEE!!!

Til next time, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for all the time and creativity you put into creating this month-long holiday frightfest. It was my Halloween highlight this year!

    So many good images and tales to choose from, I can't pick a favorite. But your intro photo for today certainly ranks in the top 5.

    Earlier, I was thinking about my favorite horrorish/spooky stories. I think I'd have to go with The Hound of the Baskervilles, The Graveyard Book, and Bears in the Night. And then, Poe sweeps the short story category.