Wednesday, October 29, 2014

corner view: tradition

Corner View is a weekly appointment - each Wednesday - created by Jane (Spain) and curated by Francesca (Italy), where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.  The theme this week  "tradition", and comes from Holly (US).  

We're at the beginning of a season full of traditions that will carry us into the new year so I could have picked any one of them. This weekend though, is Halloween, a time when we carve pumpkins and light a small candle inside to illuminate our creation, we watch old scary movies on TV (I prefer the black & white oldies, rather than the more current slasher genre) and we put in a supply of candy for the cute costumed Trick-or-Treaters that come to our door on the evening of the 31st.


8 comments:

Menthe Blanche said...

Lovely picture!
This Halloween tradition is not much common where I live in France. Sometimes some children come to ask for candy but they leave without because I didn't think to buy candies because I didn't remember it was Halloween... the poor :)

Holly said...

What cute trick or treaters.
Happy Halloween.

Tracy Altieri said...

I too prefer "suspense" over "slasher". I do love the beginning of celebrations.

Heather said...

What a happy photo! This is the first house that I've lived in as an adult where I actually get many trick-or-treaters. I love seeing the kids all dressed up and smiling.

Francesca said...

hello Bev! i like those trick-or-treaters so much better than the scary ones!

likeschocolate said...

You just reminded me that tonight we need to watch The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown. Happy Halloween!

Beth said...

Such cute costumes! I look forward to seeing the costumes of the trick or treaters and always check Facebook to see my grandchildren in their costumes. It's a fun, harmless holiday.

♥ tinyWOOLF ♥ said...

so happy to find you back here, bev. i hope you enjoyed thoroughly all that coziness you described. n♥