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Which Witch

My scariest friends are guarding the dining room door, 
hoping to frighten away Hurricane Sandy.
She is more terrifying than any ghosts or ghouls who are planning to come our way this Halloween!



But I don’t think it’s going to work!  
Two days ago my backyard trees looked like this:



And right now:



Mr. Fun, Nellie and I 
are tucked in and stocked up 


and we’ll be thinking of all my friends, family
~~ and blogging buddies ~~

  
who are in the path of this monster storm!

Please be careful.
~~~ Which witch is you? ~~~ 
gLinda
the good witch
🙂



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17 thoughts on “Which Witch

  1. Just saw your comment at the Back Porch. Stay safe! Been thinking about everyone over your way! Scary!!

    Thanks for the tip about the bark candles. Of course I am on my way to PB online for a look!

  2. Hi Linda! Your Byers’ witches are so cute~ love one with the cat on her lap! I’m fearful for everyone in Sandy’s path. We’ve had strong winds and we’ve been on the outer bands~ scary for everyone up your way with the rainfall, tides and full moon! Glad you have your provisions and your coven of witches to hopefully spell Sandy away~ Stay safe!

  3. Linda, wow, those trees sure got de-leafed quickly. Please stay safe! Glad you have your “friends” with you. I did not know that Buyer had Halloween dolls. They are so cute! Love your cat too. My husband in N. virginia. They were told not to come to work today or tomorrow. They lost power, but it came back. Good luck! Joni

  4. Linda~ I’m sorry to hear your witches weren’t able to keep Sandy from playing nasty tricks on you. I hate to hear that you are still without power. We lost our power for a week during Hurricane Hugo but we didn’t have to worry about 20 degree weather! I hope your snuggled up somewhere warm and your power is restored soon.

  5. You decorations are very cute! I just stumbled upon your blog after reading about your LL Bean bag giveaway on Cindy’s blog. Hope you made it through Sandy okay. Most of my family lives in southern Connecticut and I am thankful they made it through unscathed.

  6. I just found your blog and admired all your pictures. We still have many leaves on our trees down here and it will be in the mid 70s today – I hope that you escaped Sandy and are doing OK.

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