I couldn’t let my favourite holiday pass by without sharing a few snapshots of it.
My roots for celebrating Samhain are very much from Paganism. Samhain, the cusp of the Celtic New Year and my birthday on the 2nd November means a part of the celebrations for me includes a lot of reflection and implementing changes into my life.
However, as much as I celebrate the meaningful and spiritual aspects of Samhain, I love to decorate and have fun. As with any holiday, I do believe the most important part is to celebrate only if you want to or if it means something to you and how you choose to celebrate it should be in a way you’re comfortable with.
Halloween has always been a part of my yearly routine since I can remember. When I was growing up it was always the porch that got decorated. In the last five years or so, I have been turning the garden into some kind of mini-haunt.
Every year I always try to change the layout about slightly while I always leave the gazebo up from summer to turn it into a spooky hideout. As much as I love looking at all things creepy there’s some kind of community spirit about putting on a display for the local kids. This is something that doesn’t exist anymore, the point of events should be to bring people together and I think I manage that.
These are just a few of the pumpkins I carved this year.
I even went to see a professional pumpkin carver.
How ever you chose to celebrate this year, I hope you stayed safe and had fun!
Blessed Be )O(