Since we are apparently having Christmas instead of Halloween, maybe we'll have Halloween at Christmas.
If you don't live in northeast you might not know what I'm talking about. Saturday afternoon it started snowing- and I mean SNOWING.
We woke up on Sunday to a foot of heavy wet snow. It sure felt and looked like Christmas time outside.
Having Halloween cancelled in practically every community because all the power was out, trees and wires littered the streets, and some areas were digging out of almost 3 feet of snow instead of just the 1, also made it feel less like fall and more like winter.
Having my entire family camped out at my house because they still don't have power (which means no heat either) and all the schools canceled everyday so far this week made it feel like Christmas vacation.
I'll have a Christmas announcement later today but if you are in that Christmas spirit too head on over to Gingerbread Snowflakes. Pam has 3 great holiday giveaways happening right now.
P.S. My email is still out (the downside of hosting email locally) but at least I have power so I can check the blog.