Oct 31 2018 Happy Halloween! Pics!Category: General     02:13PM   0

Hi Boys,

It started out at 32 this morning but it's a little warmer for the trick of treater's now.  46.  So far, no one has knocked on my door.  NOT good....as I have a big bowl of candy that I will have to throw out if they don't.  OR I'll eat it myself.

Alexx sent me this to use for you and my twitter feed.  I love this old pin up art!

It looks like just one TREAT today.  Young, handsome and lots of energy.  And a gentleman who did what he was supposed to do.  Most of them don't even show up at his age. He'll do fine in life I'm sure.

I was going to go to a Burlesque show tonight but I'm thinking my pj's and Netflix sound better. However, a hot skype adventure or an old friend would be the topping on the Halloween cake.

I'm going to rummage around in my fridge and see what I can put together this evening.  I've found these fabulous wild caught frozen shrimp from Argentina that are to die for.  Cleaned and raw frozen.  Fabulous. I'm thinking scampi and angel hair pasta with lots of garlic.  I have a new recipe that's dynamite! A martini, a tossed salad and voila. Perfecto!

I'll use mints if the phone rings.  One great thing about Skype....garlic doesn't matter.

Another really good thing.  I drove my car down to Kingston Monday to have my son do the repairs. He called me all excited Sunday.  A friend of my brother-in-law's collects classic cars and he has a lift in his garage.  He was able to work on my car with the lift.  MUCH easier then jacking up each wheel and doing the individual repairs on the cold pavement.  Still, it took a good 7 1/2 hours to do the front wheel bearings, brake pads, lifters and both rear shocks. Saved me a fortune and the car drives and feels so much better.  I'll do the routine get ready for the road maintenance next week.  My anonymous friend who sent me the Amazon gift card bought the parts and the tools he needed.  I am so grateful to he and my son!

Tonight, I'll light the candles at midnight if I'm still up.  Samhain, Oct. 31- Nov. 1 is the night when it's said  the veil is the thinnest between us and those who have passed.  I'd love to feel them close to me tonight.  That was the original celebration by the Celts that inspired the second biggest holiday now in the US.

In Mexico,  Central America, the Day of the Dead originated several thousand years ago with the Aztec, Toltec, and other Nahua people, who considered mourning the dead disrespectful. For these pre-Hispanic cultures, death was a natural phase in life’s long continuum. The dead were still members of the community, kept alive in memory and spirit—and during Día de los Muertos, they temporarily returned to Earth. Today’s Día de los Muertos celebration is a mash-up of pre-Hispanic religious rites and Christian feasts. It takes place on November 1 and 2—All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day on the Catholic calendar—around the time of the fall maize harvest.  

I'd like to be in San Miguel de Allende next year for the celebration.  

Whether you call it All Saints Day, All Hallows Eve,  Halloween or Dia de los Muertos I hope it's a blessed and fun one for you and yours.

Life is good!

Your VERY Naughty Girlfriend, Goddess and GILF,

Anneke

The Playroom and I Await!  Halloween 2018. 

 

 


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