Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays.
I guess it’s because I have such fond memories of my mother on Halloween.
She enjoyed making our costumes as well as
her homemade popcorn balls. I can taste them now!
I’ve finally figured out why mine aren’t as good…it was her special ingredient, Uncle Lorn’s homemade
fresh sorghum molasses.
Today I’m sharing a few photo’s from a friend's house as well as my own.
Also in today’s local newspaper there was a list of Halloween Superstitions that I would like to
share with you.
* If a bat flies around a house three times, it’s a death omen.
*Knock on wood to keep bad luck away.
* A bat that enters a home may have been let in by a ghost.
(If that’s true we surely have ghosts in this house!)
*If a candle goes out on its own on Halloween, it is thought a ghost has come to call.
*A burning candle inside of a Jack-o-lantern on Halloween keeps evil spirits at bay.
*A person born on Halloween can both see and talk to spirits.
*You invite bad luck into your home if you allow a fire to burn out on Halloween.
Ringing a bell on Halloween will scare evil spirits away.
*Holding your breath while driving by a cemetery keeps evil spirits from entering your body.
*When a person lived a good life, flowers will grow on his grave, If he was evil
weeds will grow.
*Never slam a door; otherwise, you could hurt a ghost and risk haunting.
*Carry a lump of bread in your pocket when walking in the dark to serve as an offering to ghosts.
*Don’t look at your shadow in moonlight on Halloween night. Otherwise, you will die within a short period of time.
*Seeing a spider on Halloween could be the spirit of a dead loved one who is watching you.
*If you hear footsteps behind you on Halloween, don’t look back because it could be the dead following.
Source Martha Stewart
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have a spooktacular week!
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