52 Weeks of Thankfulness #7

Photo copyrighted and compliments of LGB

It’s one of those extra seasons in New England, FALLINTER!Β 

When that white stuff makes it’s first appearance,

Β little ghosts and goblins show up at your door

with a mixture of little voices cheerfully calling out “Trick or Treat”.

I am thankful for each of those little buggers

and their parents that have carried on the hallows eve tradition

of still trusting a friendly neighbor to give out candy. πŸ™‚


I am truly thankful that during Fallinter I don’t have to shovel!

For that pretty white stuff that shows up, you know that “S” word…

makes a brief appearance and generally by the next day it is gone.


Ahhh, yes “Fallinter” the betwixt, between magical time year….


Boo HA HA!!


Kind Regards and wishing you a safe and Happy Halloween – K






32 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Thankfulness #7

    1. Thank you!! I truly love comments…

      Sipping my morning coffee… Sure do miss my daily blogging… but it’s all good stuff.

      Have a fabulous Saturday!! πŸ™‚

      Kind Regards and prepping for the Halloween “help a food shelter” party this evening – K

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    1. Oh LGB will be totally pleased that you like his picture… Of course I had to add a bit of
      Halloween magic to it… (my little prank for Fallinter).

      As always it is wonderful to hear from you.

      Have a fabulous day.. I am sure I shall be bumping into you at the party a time or two… πŸ™‚

      Kind Regards and having fun – K


  1. A wonderful post and photo. πŸ™‚ In my little corner of the world, we now have about a foot of snow. The trees are covered in white. A beautiful sight, if only it had waited a longer before falling. πŸ™‚

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    1. It’s falling again as I type. My car is covered now as well. We received winter in a gift box last weekend. I feel like I’m inside a giant snow globe lol πŸ™‚


  2. Aaaaahhh…Fallinter! I didn’t have a name for it until now. In D.C. it was 34 degrees this morning and 68 this afternoon. No snow, but it was windy and cold most of the day. I love having to use extra blankets though. πŸ™‚ Great blog.

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  3. Love the beautiful photo! I’m glad I stopped by to read your words, it’s so nice to meet you via Jacqueline’s party. After a day of hard rain here on the West Coast, I am eating warm soup as I visit and feeling cozy!

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