I always feel like I neglect November and don’t show it quite as much love as I could because it brings with it a few bummers, like Daylight Savings Time, the stress of the upcoming holidays, and the first bitterly cold days of the year.
“Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and caldron bubble.
Fillet of a fenny snake,
In the caldron boil and bake;
By now, you’ve been waiting way too long to read the conclusion to the first part of this blog. I’ve spent a lot of time since the previous entry really thinking about the last six I wanted to include to round out this series and think I’ve selected quite a few gems that will please even the most seasoned horror fan.
So let’s talk shlock (again)!
Chilly, gloomy autumn days are perfect for baking. Especially when whatever it is you’re baking makes your home smell lovely! Whether you’re simply looking for the perfect pumpkin treat, or want something unique to serve at your fall party, these pumpkin blondies are a must!
I hope you’ve all gotten a chance to check out Jeremy’s 13 Movies You Must Watch Before Halloween post earlier this week. It’s a good one and I’m looking forward to the second half! So, you’ve started binge-watching those and have our Halloween Playlist on repeat. How else should you be filling your time in the days before All Hallow’s Eve? Reading, of course!
I’m happy to recommend novels, short stories, and poetry all year round, but today, let’s talk literature of terror. Here are ten of my favorites.
Today’s the day! Thirteen days before Halloween to squeeze every last drop out of the holiday until next year. This is Aly and I’s favorite time of the year and often (let’s be honest: whenever there is time) we try to watch a few horror movies during the month of October. Thankfully, I fell in love with a girl that shares my interest in the genre and, even when I’m not around, she often marathons the Netflix horror queue. Seriously. Did anyone peg Aly as a horror movie buff? I sure didn’t!
Yesterday started out normal enough. We were just hanging out with Jeremy’s sister, Taylor, and our niece, Meryl, in downtown Fort Wayne.