Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Happy Halloween 2012!

Man, I can't believe it. The big day is finally here! 31 days feels more like 31 minutes. I'm sure you feel the same way--and some of you started in September or even earlier! Of course, thanks to Hurricane Sandy, trick or treating will be delayed by a couple of days for hundreds of thousands on the East Coast.. My town is having it tomorrow night, while others towns around me are having it Friday or Saturday. To those folks, I say look on the bright side--you get to celebrate the Halloween season that much longer! And to help you do so, please check not only this year's Halloween posts at the blog, but from past years as well.  And always, go to the Countdown to Halloween site for all your Halloween blogging needs!

With all that said, here are the last of my Halloween treats this year!

First up, an early cartoon version of The Headless Horseman, even older that the Disney animated version!

Next, Happy Halloween--from Hot Rod himself, Rowdy Roddy Piper!

Finally, we end the season the way we began--with Halloween wishes from the Cool Ghoul himself, Zacherley!

And...that's it.

I'm going to take the rest of the week off from blogging, to allow the Halloween posts to "breathe" a bit while readers catch up on posts they may have missed--I know I plan on doing that for the blogs that I read. Please stick with the blog going forward. There's much more here than Halloween, so if you enjoyed the blog this month, please stay tuned, as there's plenty to enjoy year round.

I find myself feeling bittersweet and wistful. There's only one thing left to say...



Wings1295 said...

Cannot believe how fast the month goes by. Too fast, but I don't think there would be any amount of time that would be slow enough. Here's to an awesome night and a great year ahead! Happy Halloween!

Sarah E. Jahier said...

It is a bittersweet day, but HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

Phillyradiogeek said...

Thanks Joe and SV. Happy Halloween!

Ghoul Friday said...

Happy Halloween!

Phillyradiogeek said...

Happy Halloween, Ghoul!