I hope you are safe and warm as Hurricane Sandy makes her way out. We experienced quite a bit of wind and rain, but fortunately lost only one tree and power for a few short periods of time. Stay safe!
Frankenstein. Frankenstorm. Frankendoor.
I “pinned” this adorable Halloween door a few months ago – before we even had a green door!
One of my favorite things about living in Massachusetts is that you aren’t more than a stone’s throw away from a historical location. When my parents came to visit a few weekends ago, we decided to introduce them to Concord, MA – as in the battle of Lexington and Concord, the opening battle of the Revolutionary war, and birthplace of the Concord Grape.
Whether it’s the excess of candy corn, the excuse to wear full-fledged costumes in public, or blissfully running through cornfields, Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.
I am about to share a room with you that, in the 1.5 years I’ve lived here, has never appeared on this blog.
Call it “the room I like to ignore”.
I’m still baffled by this.
We are (finally!) gutting our 70s wood paneled three-season room.
In the process, amongst the insulation, we found…
A snake skeleton. Fully intact.