|A good friend, whom I miss.|
Trick or Treat WitchMelissa looked at the door as it produced its alarm. “Another one?”Trick or Treat Witch by alockwood2
She adjusted her hat, and picked up the basket as she walked to the door. Looking through the peephole, she saw a boy wearing a bad-looking skeleton outfit, and a little girl dressed up as a warty frog, with a rather bad hat. She groaned at this; the outfits got worse every generation, sometimes every year.
She opened the door, and heard the demand: “Trick or Treat!”
“Here you are,” she said, as she dropped some candy in the children’s bags. “One for you, and one for you.”
“Cool hat,” said the little girl. “I wish mine was as dark as yours.”
“Helps if you use a little starch when you press it,” Melissa said. “Now, off you go. Only thirty minutes left before you have to return home.” She sighed as the kids ran off. Mortals; they didn’t realize the little things they missed as they got older.
She went back to her k
Steps to Planting and Growing Your PlantsMany of us grow plants. For some, this consists of some flowers along the side of our house, right out in front, to make the place look nice. For others, it’s a vegetable garden out back, with beans, squash, peppers, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, carrots, and what have you. Some grow trees, some of which produce fruit, some are just beautiful and others serve to block the wind, snow, and prying eyes of certain people. Others grow bushes, which may grow fruit, look beautiful, or act as a barrier. Other folks better double-check the law books. Some grow plants because it’s a fun activity. Some grow plants to make money. Some grow plants for food, or medicinal benefits. Some folks spend quite a while preparing to grow their plants – research, preparation, scoping out the various nurseries and garden stores, digging just the right hole, pruning it correctly, taking good care of it – only for the thing to die. Others just go out, buy what looks to be a bad plant, digSteps to Planting and Growing Your Plants by alockwood2
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Using this quote as inspiration, write a letter for the funeral of a fictional character. It can be serious, morbid, or hilarious. This is your choice. However, the funeral must take place on Halloween.
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