It is getting to be that time of year again...Autumn is officially here (Sept. 22) and although California is still hot (Indian summer), thoughts go out to my favorite time of year. I love Halloween, and decided to offer the idea of Halloween Matchboxes to swap. I've completed one done not in the traditional style. I used a wood cutout of a tombstone and you can see the rest. The other will be a pumpkin, though I've yet to decide if I'll go cutesy or not. Also, as October approaches, we will have the Harvest Moon on Oct. 4th lighting up our heavens. I'll be camping with my dear friends, celebrating birthdays, making witches hats and other ghostly things! For those who have an interest, the Harvest Moon is the full moon that is closest to the Autumnal Equinox...or the first day of Fall. This moon can be before or after the equinox...this year it is 13 days past. The next full moon is called the Hunter's Moon. Lately I've had some incredible luck with my camera (must be that I'm learning how to use it LOL) and I've gotten a few impressive 'moon-shots'. I'm anxious to see what I'll come up with on the 4th.
Happy Autumn to all!