I should really have this sign up year round. It's a good warning that all who enter my home should have. BEWARE: There will always be laundry on the couch and a floor in need of a sweep and wash.
As you enter, watch out for the spiders. I don't feed them this time of year. They get plenty of trick or treaters on Halloween. I'm taking applicants for a family of snakes to take up residence in the bird house. You can't see them (because they're still in my living room), but some bats are also moving into The Bat Motel on the ceiling in the entry way.
Inside, the mantel is loaded.
I love this corner of the room,
In the bowl is a lovely collection of eyeballs, disembodied ears and fingers and bugs - lots of bugs.
But my favorite find at the Dollar Tree this year are the holographic portraits. I'm bummed with how terribly the pictures turned out, but I had to show them. I make everyone look at them when they come over.
The cheap plastic frames aren't great, but I love how they change when you move.
It reminds me of the old scary movies when the painted portrait's eyes would follow the characters walking through the home. Don't you love them?
I've gotten a lot of ideas for Halloween decor and food from Pinterest. It's a great resource for tons of great things in one place.
On the weight loss front, I've been a bit derailed. I had a binge a week and a half ago. All because of a stupid bag of potato chips. I'm back on track, but it's hard to just let it go - and stop thinking about those chips. Bah!
I'm not sure why I seem to sabotage myself whenever things are going well. I was feeling so strong and I was LOSING WEIGHT again. Sigh.
I've just got to keep going every day. And no more potato chips.