Friday, October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween


David Lloyd painting, the Headless Horsemen
From the land of the Headless Horseman 
Happy Halloween.

18 comments:

Megan Coyle said...

Happy Halloween :)

Emily said...

Happy Halloween Patricia! My princess and fireman will be out trick or treating tonight - precious moments! Have fun too!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Oh Patricia, my father used to tell me this story on Halloween! All my little girlfriends would beg him to scare us with it! Wonderful memories.

heidi said...

Happy Halloweenie!!!!!!!!!

Julia said...

Most, most excellent :) Happy Holiday!

A Day That Is Dessert said...

Happy Halloween to you, Patricia! I was hoping for a photo of you in costume :)

Summer said...

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
i think i once watched a video about the headless horseman in school- that's what this picture reminds me of

Joyce said...

Happy Halloween to you and your family! Have fun and enjoy...

Hugs,
Joyce

{ Becca } said...

And to you, too! You're near-ish Sleepy Hollow NY, right? Do they do anything fun to celebrate Halloween? We always go through that area on our way home to PA.

pve design said...

becca,
yes indeed, they pay homage to the headless horseman and have lots of fun things nearby to celebrate Halloween
enjoy!
pve

Kwana said...

Happy Halloween my Friend. Don't scare 'em too much!

milly (elephants&redwoods) said...

Oh, Halloween. On a fall beautiful night in Rhode Island.

Tara said...

Hope you enjoy the spooky day!!I'm sure your little goblins will keep you busy!
:0)
Tara

Karena said...

Happy Halloween and to setting our clocks back an hour. I am thinking of days to come with more cozy fires and lit candles. Patricia, I have finished my latest painting, very excited about it, and would love your comments.

simply seleta said...

Oh wow, just had a flashback from watching the Disney movie Ichabod Crane as a child. Crazy!

Melissa Lewis said...

The memories are flooding back:) Hope you had a Happy Halloween!

hello gorgeous said...

Loved this and could have sworn that I already commented.

janet said...

Hello Patricia..I was born on Sleepy Hollow Lane in Tarrytown, NY. My father worked for the Rockefellers. Every Halloween we would try to wait up to see the Headless Horseman. Funny thing....he always rode past the house right after we fell asleep...ummmmm. What a coincidence ;-)