I recently noticed on my Blogger dashboard that this post would be my 500th. It seems a significant milestone, so I've been trying to come up with a suitably significant post. Something that encapsulates the past three years since I sat at a desk at my former job. With less and less to do each day. Becoming painfully aware that the end was nigh. Trying to come up with new and creative ways to fill the hours. And since it was August and my mind was of course on Halloween and since I had been discovering and reading several Halloween blogs and since there were only so many hours in a day I that I could spend on Facebook, I thought, why not begin my own Halloween blog? It was meant to be seasonal, active throughout September and October, shutting down in November. But I had enjoyed it too much and I missed it. So since then, I've tried to find a little bit of Halloween in every season. And now here I sit, three years later, trying to create a post worthy of being Number 500.
I got nothin'.
So I'll simply share one of my favourite Halloween photographs and move on to post number 501.
From the Mahone Bay Pumpkin Path. Where there are always so many interesting faces to encounter.