What a combination. Right? Well if you know me then it isn’t such a stretch to imagine it.
I have felt really bad that I haven’t posted sooner, but getting home from the first show of the season and seeing what did and didn’t work for my booth has kept me pretty busy trying to get ready for the next show. Plus, you know how I love to garden and even as busy at it is, I had to take some time for some much needed attention to my fruits and vegetables.
It is still early in the season yet for the plants, but they are really starting to take off and grow well. I am so looking forward to a nice crop this year.
I know that gardening isn’t Halloweenie, but I thought I would share a few pics with you anyway.
Well this is only a few pics. I don’t have pics yet of my hot pepper garden and my pumpkin patch. I’ll take more pics as they really get growing.
So, you might be asking yourself, what does any of this have to do with Corpses?
Lol. Well you know I just can’t stand to have a normal day, so as I was weeding out in the garden, I came across this little critter.
He seemed to be a fairly nice little dog, or at least he probably was when he was alive!
He is just dying to be taken home and put into your favorite Halloween setting.
I’ve got him chained up for now, but it looks as though he has broken his chain before and so I don’t know how long I can hold onto him.
You can adopt this corpse in my store for just $45.00 plus freight.
I hope you can give him a nice home.
These are the types of things I am working on right now getting ready for the shows. I will be posting other corpsed items over the next couple of days. Keep up with me on Instagram and Twitter and Facebook. I’m an old fart and still working on trying to understand Pinterest but I’ll get the hang of that one also, very soon.
Talk to you again soon, and Happy Halloween!