|grrrrr don't make me get off this chair!!!|
anyway, the questions from Saturday 9 today, with a few left off, are....
3) Do you believe in ghosts?
A: well, we go on ghost walks while visiting historic towns, or did back east... I believe we come and go from a spiritual place, come back more than once even, so why would a spirit not want to return to Heaven in between lives? It's much nicer than earth.
|look what happened to the last guy I dealt with!|
4) Have you ever brought home an edible souvenir? Or do you prefer to remember your trips with something more lasting, like a coffee mug or t-shirt?
5) According to Reader's Digest, The Exorcist is the scariest movie of all time. Have you seen it, and if so, did it scare you? The ads were enough... I do NOT like horror flicks at all even the ads.Life is scary enough for me.
6) Which do you find spookier: haunted houses or cemeteries?
A: I think I went in one halloween house and hated the whole thing, but LOVE visiting cemeteries and grave yards. I read the tombstones, I imagine lives come and gone, I think they are lovely. We often visit them especially when touring historic areas.
Our Maryland neighborhood was originally a farmstead along the Severn River, and one home was built on original farmhouse site with graves. The new owners sort of let the graves fall into oblivion but I walked right up to visit them.
7) What's the most recent Halloween costume you wore?
I love to dress up. Most recently my husband and I were pirates, I wore my Renn. costume (being a wench for 12 years was a good thing) with pirate extras but the corset was the imp part of that. DH changed up his Renn. costume to become a dashing pirate with earrings and big sword... heh heh
8) When you were a kid, did you trade your Halloween candy with siblings or friends?
A: I probably shared, and parents probably took some as I slept but my siblings were married by the time I was 5. No sharing with friends... it was so much fun to tip out the bag and see the candy.
9) Random question: You meet your very friendly new neighbor. She invites you over for a "get acquainted" cup of coffee tomorrow afternoon and you accept. Then you learn that she was once on trial for an axe murder ... but acquitted. Would you still go over to her house?
I wouldn't go over in the first place these days!!! In the olden days, that would spook me... innocent people get charged but mostly guilty people get off on technicalities. Crazy and mean people look normal... so... be careful out there!
Saturday 9 where you'll find answers from fun people!