Sunday, October 29
Blogging Chicks Carnival--A Fall Feast of the Imagination
While Michele is taking a break from hosting the Blogging Chicks Carnival, the show must go on. Without further adieu, please check out a few of the 400+ chickadees on the BC blogroll :). They're talking about all things "fall".

"Raindrops on Roses" and "Whiskers on Kittens" may be sweet favorites to some, but Karmyn R has a slightly more Halloweenish list of favorites at Dreaming What Ifs....

Fall in Love is the title of a picture post done one week ago at a park close to Pamela's house at The Dust Will Wait.

Kelly at Pass the Torch shares a photo of on e of her kids' favorite autumn leaf activities, in her post, Love is Hide and Seek.

E-mom shares some timely thoughts about Honoring Christ During the Holidays, some traditional ideas and then some.

You want SCARY? I'll give you TERRIFYING! Check out Of Making Many Books.

Fall makes Laurel Wreath find where she hid her spatula all summer long.

In her post, I'll give you a hint -- it starts with a "D", Janice from 5 Minutes for Mom creates halloween memories with her 4 year old son.

Malissa at Malissa's Merry Go Round shares about their trip to a prairieschool house in "A fabulous fall field trip".

CyberCelt has several ghostly posts on Texas RV Travel blog. Read the story of the Lady of White Rock Lake.

Growing up, football was synonymous with fall, but Robin looks at it very differently when her son played for the first time this year--a nostalgic glance at the past contrasted to a very realistic look at the present.

Anna shares an "interesting" conversation she had with a man while on a fall outing to the Renaissance Faire with her family.

Biker Betty shares a hike taken with family and friends in the mountains of Pikes Peak National Forest. It's spectacular during the autumn season. Hiking this route is one way she keeps in shape for motorcycling.

Gattina explains how Halloween celebrations are slowing coming to Europe, especially to Belgium.

Suzy tells us her favourite things about Autumn (Fall!) in her carnival post this week.

Domestic Goddess offers up a Halloween meme of scary Halloween thingies from her life.

  Into the pensieve on Sunday, October 29, 2006
  Your thoughts, please (13)

At October 29, 2006, Blogger Gattina said...

I have written about Halloween customs coming over slowly to Belgium.

At October 29, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well done Robin! You make a fine hostess;)

At October 29, 2006, Blogger Susannah said...

Thanks Robin, a nice round-up! You're the hostess with the mostest... :~)

At October 29, 2006, Blogger michele said...

Thank you for the fine job that you did, and very timely too!

At October 29, 2006, Blogger Biker Betty said...

Robin you've done a great job hostessing. Thanks and Happy Halloween.

At October 29, 2006, Blogger Karmyn R said...

WOOHOO - did you have fun being hostess or did it discombobulate you a little bit more? hee hee

Good job!!!

At October 29, 2006, Blogger fuquinay said...

Hey, I missed the deadline! But Sometimes Slut is Not a Halloween Costume!

At October 29, 2006, Blogger fuquinay said...

And thank you for taking over here. I'm slow in catching up, but I've got it now.

At October 29, 2006, Blogger Robin said...

Thanks guys, y'all are a treat :). DFB, do you want me to add you to the list?

At October 30, 2006, Blogger Samantha said...

I'd like to submit a picture post of my little girls, their halloween costumes and their jack-o-lantern :)

see it here:

At October 30, 2006, Blogger Christie O. said...

Our pumpkin family portrait is up! Our 6 month old was introduced to the family tradition of pumpkin carving. :)
happy halloween!

At October 30, 2006, Blogger Domestic Goddess said...

thanks for hosting!

At October 31, 2006, Blogger Rach said...

Wonderful selection of good reads. You made a fabulous hostess! Thanks!


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