It’s October!

If I lived somewhere with seasons, the weather would be getting cooler like it does in the movies, and the leaves would be turning. I love October! It’s the month of my favorite holiday, and it’s also my anniversary (on the 26th).

Halloween is my favorite holiday. It’s pagan in origin, has been corrupted beyond recognition by “Hallmark syndrome,” and it involves candy and dress up! What’s not to love? I also enjoy it because it’s a holiday that doesn’t make you feel like a total craphound if you can’t/won’t be with your family for whatever reason. Suicides increase around Thanksgiving and X-mas: not around Halloween. It’s probably all that emphasis on family that does it….

So here’s to October! Definitely gotta get a copy of:
It\'s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (http://www NULL.amazon NULL.com/gp/redirect NULL.html%3FASIN=B00004W5UK%26tag=blogferret-20%26lcode=xm2%26cID=2025%26ccmID=165953%26location=/o/ASIN/B00004W5UK%253FSubscriptionId=0EMV44A9A5YT1RVDGZ82)

(mine’s in the mail…)

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3 comments to It’s October!

  • Alan

    Oh hey, don’t forget we were talking about this other Halloween thing here.

    http://www.edgeofmadness.com (http://www NULL.edgeofmadness NULL.com)

    Kerry and I won’t be here tonight or most of tomorrow, but you probably already know that, maybe we can all get together and go the next weekend or something.

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    When I originally commented I clicked the
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    I think there is an option to unsubscribe. Look in the e-mails or maybe visit the comment you subscribed to.

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