I have a few Christmas things I have been given that I like to take out here and there because of sentimental reasons, but as I : 1) have no children who care about that stuff and 2) no one visits during those times to see it, yeah, I'm kind of boring in that regards.
I do have a soft place for Halloween though because I loved it as a child and I decorate a bit then because pumpkins can be bought, eaten and used/composted each year, so there's nothing left to store/put away once it's over!
This year however I have some little (well, not so little depending on your definition) friends to help me with some extra special decorating!
I was surprised too by their enthusiasm! On a recent rain I only noticed this :
(pardon some bad pics, it was rainy and some angles were difficult and shot from inside my sunroom grainy screens)
(over 3 ft in diameter! ...and near the hummingbird feeder, hmmmm...)
(This is web is unfortunately by the back door, however built intelligently out of the way of human traffic!)
(Once again, I keep tilting the camera video feature the wrong way. My apologies, but I think it's still worth it when you tilt your head right a bit. The rain and wind make this so beautiful I think. Ah spiderwebs, lightness and strength.)
(Hi-five for effort!)(ooh! Click on this one above! The hairy detail is great! I had to get really close to this, it was in the huge web and the background was cloud white, thus the brightness)
So, yeah, Halloween decorating? Me and my little friends have got it down.
Now if only I could convince them that the front door would be an excellent place to
(N.B. The golden orb spider traversed to my next door neighbor's backyard, and spun a huge web outside her kitchen window. My neighbor hates spiders, dubbed it Bruinhilde and then called me and asked me if I might want the spider back. So I brought it back, let it loose and the next day it ate the spider in the last pic :(