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🎃Halloween🦇

Updated: Nov 1, 2021

Halloween is my FAVORITE HOLIDAY, and I LOVE decorating the house. As a rule, I don't bring out the ghouls before OCT 1st - but the month seems so short and I just need to get a leg-up! So the last weekend of September, I start on the "first layer" of the Halloween composition.

This fiasco typically starts with multiple trips to Home Depot (Ticker: HD) for flowers, nails, twine, and pumpkins. This year, I was surprised by their fun Halloween products and couldn't help but pick up extra lights and a "few" other things.


However, being a former farmer, I just couldn't pay their prices for hay bails and prefer to get dried corn stocks and hay from local farms out in rural NJ. The flora becomes the base layer of the spectacle. Then, on the first weekend of October - I bring ghouls out of their dark basement lair and Go ALL OUT with the spook-tacular that is Jessica Perrone's Halloween.


I would like to say that I decorate my house in a tasteful Halloween fashion. Don't get me wrong; it is spooky. I have my favorite skeleton dogs, Brutis and Titus ( yes, I named my pretties), who are both gnawing on big bones and howling eerily at night. A family of skeleton rats scurries about, chased cat skeleton cats and two human skeletons overlook the spectacle adorned in old recycled kid Halloween costumes. The finishing touch: spider webs and lights all over. You won't find any zombies, no blood, no gore. But I will admit, the final product is just good old spooky fun!


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