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Mummy doesn't have as many Halloween decorations as Christmas, but she does her best. We'll start in the family room. This is the window I like to look out of. She has so much junk on the window seat, I can't sit there right now, and stuff on the window sills, too, so we can't open the window. This means I can't terrorize the birds.
Will this madness never end?
This is the family room and here is our fireplace mantle. (Our friend Cheryl did the lion photograph and the old mandolin belonged to Mummy's grandpa!)
Here are some of her favorites!
(She's always pressing leaves and flowers; this was mounted on art paper and framed. The photo is lousy. Honest, she's not REALLY that bad a photographer.)
The door to the garage has a floral arrangement. (Who puts a floral arrangement on the door to the garage? Oh yeah, the lady who puts hats on the Gypsy's head.)
And here is our happy hearth.
This is the living room. We have Halloween lights over the window. We like lights.
And on the other window, Mummy took a lot of the ATCs she received in swaps that were related to Halloween or fall and strung them on ribbon as a garland.
Here's one by Rosemary. She knows the power of cats!
And one by Shelley (with a cat!!! Mummy's friends understand!)
And one by Beth. (No cat, but cute!)
And one by Jane F. The glittery stuff doesn't show too well on the photo, but it's pretty!
This is the ATC tree Beth made. It has some of the ones that didn't fit on the banner.
OK, over here we have the bookcase.
She likes ghosts, too! She thinks one might live in our house. (I think it could be bats.)
Let's look at the china cabinet. Lots of stuff on the top.
Mom got these kitties from her friends. They know she likes cats! (Who doesn't -- know, that is.)
The little book case hold a nice kitty witch... and candy corn. Anno says candy corn is the devil's food!
We have a black Halloween tree, too. But that photo is really bad. So, check in later -- it may be reshot as an autumn image!