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We may not have participated in our annual neighbourhood trick or treating this year but we sure had fun this Halloween. I hope you had a very Happy Halloween and given that I suspect that we are about to be thrown into yet another national lockdown, I wish you all the very best – STAY SAFE!
Thanks for reading my #MySundaySnapshot post, I look forward to catching up and sharing your #MySundaySnapshot pictures either through your own posts, social media shares or comments upon this post.…
Whilst autumn is my favourite season, this year it just feels so far from normal that I’ve not been able to enjoy it as much as I would have liked. I have however learnt to appreciate the little things in life, as they truly do seem to make the bigger picture so much brighter during such a dull and dreary time.
Though I feel somewhat guilty for listing the things which I have #LikedandLoved during such a tragic time, I will continue to carry out these monthly posts if only to look upon the brighter side of life.
Though we’ve been unable to visit local tourist attractions or to go on our annual neighbourhood ‘trick or treating’ trek, we’ve made the most of Halloween by decorating the house, dressing the kids in creepy costumes, crafting, playing games and watching movies with sweet treats as a family.…
I cannot fathom that October is almost over already – where has the time gone?! We may well be slowly losing our sanity whilst locked inside but those clocks keep on ticking… Here are a few of my #LittleLoves from the past month.
Back in 2006 I read Cecelia Ahern’s ‘PS I Love You’ and shortly after I’d finished reading Cecelia’s award-winning book, the film was then released. It’s been fourteen years since I first read Cecelias work and though I’ve read many of her books since PS I Love You, I have always fancied reading a sequel to what was one of the biggest tear-jerkers I have ever come across, and this month I downloaded just that – Postscript.…
First released in August 2017, The Star Tarot proved to be a popular deck with readers of all levels. Three years on, the second edition of this beautiful tarot deck has recently been released and I was lucky enough to be selected to receive a copy of this divine deck, along with a drawstring bag in which to store my cards to review and to feature upon this here blog.
Designed and created by Cathy McClelland, a freelance illustrator designer, art director, and muralist based in Lake Tahoe.
Cathy has always had a fascination for symbolism, nature and the mysteries of life and beyond.…
With Halloween less than a week away, we’ve decorated the house and the kids have their costumes at the ready to wear whilst we play games, watch movies and enjoy an array of activities. It may be a little different this year but we can still have some spooky, scary but safe fun as a family.
Mal the Magnificent
Our ‘not so little’ Dare DEVIL
I’d like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very spooky, spectacular, and SAFE Halloween.
Thank you for reading and as always, I look forward to catching up with your #LivingArrows either through your own posts or comments upon this post.…