The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1949 Cartoon) by DemonPreyer1
“When witches go riding & black cats are seen, the moon laughs & whispers ’tis near Halloween” – Unknown
#31 Days of Halloween
Nothing gets me more excited for Halloween than watching The Legend of Sleepy Hallow. If you have followed my blog you know that I love Halloween and every thing about the season. I love decorating my home, preparing treats, handing out candy and being scared. Every year I make a list of Halloween (both kid friendly & horror) movies and television shows that I want to watch during the 31 days of October. Some are old favorites, while others are ones I have never seen before. I would love if you could join in and watch them too.
“turn out your lights…pull down the shade…draw the drapes…cuddle up in your favorite spot by the telly, for today’s tale of terror!” – Sir Graves Ghastly
Happy Ghost Hunting Day!
While you are hunting ghosts today, don’t forget to plan your horror viewing for the next #31 days of Halloween. I love this time of the year and especially all the scary movies and shows. I think my love of horror movies began as a child when I would watch Sir Graves Ghastly every Saturday afternoon. If you are not familiar with the program, it aired on Channel 2 in Detroit and showed old scary movies hosted by a tongue in cheek vampire named Sir Graves Ghastly and his merry band of weird co-stars. My favorite was the singing skull.
“Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.”
– President Harry S. Truman
Happy Memorial Day!
Many people forgot that today is not just an extra day off for a three-day weekend but something much more. As someone who has had family members serve in the armed services and lost their life in war, I think today is very important. While spending time with friends and family at picnics, barbecues, parades, beaches or cheering your team at the ball park, please try to take a moment to join with me in remembering and saying a prayer of gratitude for those that are not here.