I love Halloween. I love handing out candy and seeing all the kids in their cute costumes. Sadly this year it lands on a Friday so I'll be at work :( (our nice neighbours will keep an eye on our house in case there are any Halloween Hoodlums out)
So here's how to play Ghosting it Forward:
1)Have a ghostly image to pass along.
2)Tag 3 people on your blog, with links to their blogs. Tell what great people they are or offer to send them a ghostly treat.
3)Include a link to Ghosting it Forward in your blog.
So for my 3 people... hmmm. I always hate having to choose this part, there are so many of you out there. This time I just randomly scrolled up and down my blog list and wherever my cursor stopped, that's who got picked.
(I am sooo giving myself a "no pressure" of any kind day! lol)
First up is Sidetracked. I've just started to get to know ST but I really like her. We have nothing in common in riding (I'm Western, she's English and jumps) But we both ride Appy geldings that we had to do a bit of work to establish relationships with. And we both have a soft spot for rescue dogs.
Second is my fellow Lisa aka Twinville. This wonderful lady leads a life very far from mine. But I still feel a kinship with her. Her posts are filled with pics (she's actually had to buy additional photo space from Blogger! :o ) and often make me laugh.
Last, but by no means least, is another new to me blogger, Lytha. An American now living in Germany and adjusting to life there. At least her horse has finally arrived! That's right, the lucky girl was able to bring her horse with her.
Now in regard to the image I posted. This is a "famous" ghost photo, known as The Brown Lady. It is thought to be of Lady Dorothy Townshend who lived in England in the 1700s. Supposedly she had an affair and her husband faked her death and her funeral while he kept her locked in their home until she died many years later.
She is said to haunt their home Raynham Hall. This photo was reported to have been taken in 1936. There is more info on the photo and Lady Townshend if you click the link on The Brown Lady.
*image found online*