~ HAPPY HALLOWEEN from HAVENWOOD TALES ~ Courtesy of Miss Trudie McAfee and Author, D.J. Houston
Miss Greenlee wasn’t forbidding us to scroll forward in time a few decades and buy costumes from store aisles that didn’t exist yet. She was just saying we couldn’t let anyone else make creative decisions for us. But we only had a few hours to decide . . .
So you can imagine, on such short notice, how many straw-hatted farmers toting buckets and rakes and sheet-clad ghosts and high-heeled, beaded ladies stumbling over their mothers’ dresses were likely to show up on Halloween morning . . .
I had my own fantasies about turning into a butterfly . . .
Oh dear, what next ? See:
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