Sunday, October 30, 2011
Well, so the moon isn't full this Halloween -- we'll have to wait until 2020 for that -- but the traditions and history of the day are fascinating. Trick or treating is a town event in our area so Lara and Ed and I usually make our own fun. I'll read Goblin Market by Christina Rosetti and make traditional Indian Pudding served with a scoop of Schwan's Autumn Treat ice cream for a treat. And after I put the kids to bed, maybe I'll go outside and wake the dead with some whirling and foot stomping of my own to Tulans Magic Drum. Whee! Now where's that Headless Horseman when you want to dance?