We got quite a mob. It was great, though, because it was 70 degrees out (which is not particularly standard for Massachusetts Halloweens). The sky looked really Halloweeny. Tall trees no longer have leaves on them, and the big moon lighted them up against the sky, which had super-speedy and wispy clouds whipping by. The moon had a "rainbow thing" around it that later turned into a red glow - all the spookiness of Halloween with the feel of an August night.
I'm not a fan of switching to getting dark at 5:00; but since it's what's done I like to switch my clocks on Sunday morning so I can discover I'm not as late as I think I am.
Newbies probably have already discovered this. Those of us who have been around awhile may not have.I confess, the last few hubs I made, I skipped the template option. This time I didn't.In addition to the...
Looking at one of my more recent articles, I was reminded of the path to building traffic. It takes a bit, but I'm finding that when I make something with unique value, that they still do well over time.