Happy Halloween

I simply had to post something on the eve of All Saints’ Day.  Halloween or Hallowe’en, spell it how you will, is the night when children take to the streets in droves, half heartedly dressed up as miniature witches and absorbing indecent quantities of sugary products.

Never one to let such festivities pass me by, this year I jumped on the commercialised band wagon by carving two pumpkins and baking four pumpkin pies.

Do you know the most exciting thing about Halloween?

Halloween means that tomorrow is November and November means winter and winter means cold and cold means knit wear!

Bring. It. On.

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