Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Scrummy Yummy Gummy Bears: Diabetic and Keto Friendly! #Giveaway

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My son has loved gummy bears since he was a kid. He still does! Check out these sugar free, Keto and Diabetic friendly ones.

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THE GIVEAWAY

This giveaway/sweepstakes is in no way endorsed, affiliated, or associated with Facebook, Twitter or any other Social Media Networking Site. This Giveaway is valid to continental United States residents only, Entrants must be 18+ years of age to enter. This giveaway event will end at 11:59 PM (EST) 11/17/21. The winner will have 48 hours to email their information back to las93063 at gmail dot com or a new winner will be drawn, you may want to put this email address as safe as it could go to spam. The giveaway is not valid where prohibited! By entering you are authorizing us to collect the information on the form below, this information is used only to contact the winner! No purchase necessary, Void where prohibited by law, and the number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Winners are chosen randomly by the Giveaway Tools program. The sponsors are each responsible for shipping of the above prizes. No blog associated with this contest are responsible for prize fulfillment. If you would like to be a sponsor in a giveaway like this please email Michelle at nailamoon1968(at)gmail (dot) com. If you take an entry you must stay following for the entire contest or you will be disqualified.

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Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook Giveaway

The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook Giveaway (Ends 1125)

Who loves the movie, Hocus Pocus? I know I do! What better way than to celebrate it with a cookbook! YES!!!

Welcome To The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook Giveaway!

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Join the Sanderson sisters just in time for Halloween with this USA Today bestselling cookbook that is sure to put a spell on you!


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The Unofficial Hocus Pocus Cookbook is filled with over 60 recipes for fare inspired by everyone’s favorite witches and their spells, potions, and schemes.  

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Monday, October 25, 2021

Day 25: The Monster Mix...Not the Monster Mash! #CoundowntoHalloween2021

Credit to the cartoonist


My monster friends, 

It seems somewhere along the October time line, I seemed to have crashed and burned. It seems there was some sort of monster mix up and I got into the middle of it and got lost.

Yeah, that is the excuse I am going to use.

Anyway, I am on the final push to Halloween before my crypt closes until 2022! WOW!

So, since the monsters are walking around a muck, I will give an eclectic mix this week as well. Let's go!

I was thinking tonight that I should share some facts that I have found around the blogsphere.


VAMPIRES:

Folklore vampires can become vampires not only through a bite, but also if they were once a werewolf, practiced sorcery, were excommunicated, committed suicide, were an illegitimate child of parents who were illegitimate, or were stillborn or died before baptism. In addition, anyone who has eaten the flesh of a sheep killed by a wolf, was a seventh son, was the child of a pregnant woman who was looked upon by a vampire, was a nun who stepped over an unburied body, had teeth when they were born, or had a cat jump on their corpse before being buried could also turn into vampires. ~source: www.factretriever.com/vampire-facts


ZOMBIES:

Zombies may have the trademark zombie limp because their bodies are affected by the same decomposition process as any normal corpse. Additionally, rigor mortis would cause serious tissue and muscle damage at the zombie’s each step. Since zombies do not regenerate or heal, any damage is permanent. Eventually, a zombies’ top speed would be reduced to a crawl and perhaps even slow to the point where it could not move. ~Source: www.factretriever.com/zombie-facts

Bonus : There is a law in Haiti that makes it a crime to turn someone into a zombie. Article 249 states that if someone drugs another person, buries him as though he were dead, and then digs the person up and brings him back to life, it is still considered murder.

WITCHES:

People who practiced witchcraft experimented with herbs and potions in rituals that may have used the mandrake plant. Mandrake contains scopolamine and atropine, two alkaloids that cause feelings of euphoria in low doses and hallucinations in higher doses. The rituals—performed in the nude—called for the participants to rub an herbal ointment containing the mandrake on their foreheads, wrists, hands, and feet as well as on a staff aka broom that they would “ride.” The friction of the ointment-coated staff on the witches', uh, lady parts would absorb the ointment into their system and cause a floating sensation—and their description of that feeling is what perpetuated the symbol of the witch flying on a broomstick. ~ source: Weird Facts About Witches | Mental Floss




Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Associating with Zombies or Living In Colorado #zombies #myphotos




I used to associate with zombies. They really were not bad people, just misunderstood. After all, if you got a craving for something, wouldn't you want to eat?


I know, I know, they eat brains you say. Well, I was fortunate enough that they were pretty full when I was around them. I guess I got lucky!



Oh yeah, one time, I met the then governor of Colorado. He ended up running for President of the United States. Some say he was a zombie but I never believed them. 


Keeping it spooky.

Michelle, MCC

Sunday, October 17, 2021

#Halloween Treats #Giveaway #countdowntoHalloween2021

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Sunday, October 10, 2021

Day 10: Shout Out to...

I support National Haunted House Day, the Second Friday in October!

Since Covid messed everything up in the last two years, I don't know if this is even a thing. However, I neglected to mention that the 2nd Friday of October is National Haunted House Day

So, a huge shout out to those artist, individuals, and business people who have always put on a good spook show for those that enjoy it. It has been a staple of October and Halloween for years.

The houses originally were small, but have grown into...well...HUGE attractions inviting people to be scared out of their wits.

We can still celebrate them and hope they return in the near future.

Michelle, MCC