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Halloween Year Round 

I may or may not be suffering from a little Witch’s Brew hangover, but I had a fantastic Halloween hosting my family for a  small gathering and handing out candy. Now I’m packing up the cemetery in my front yard, boxing up my Halloween tree, and gently wrapping my sugar skulls for next year. 

But the fun doesn’t have to end now that Halloween is over. Although I’m packing up most of my decorations, I still keep a few things out year round. Mainly more practical items I can use daily, drinking cups, dish towels, and plates, along with a few fun things like a black Christmas tree and a vulture. I keep the colors to black, white, grays and hints of burgundy and purple for a more year round, eerie look that isn’t holiday specific. 
Halloween to Thanksgiving transition movie- Thankskilling

November 1:

Stan Against Evil (IFC, Season 2)

From astronomy.com: Venus rises around 6 a.m. local daylight time and dominates the morning sky from then until close to sunrise. Gleaming at magnitude –3.9, no other point of light comes close to matching this planet’s brilliance. As a bonus today, Venus passes 4° due north of Virgo’s brightest star, 1st-magnitude Spica. The planet shines 100 times brighter than the star.

November 2:

Men Make Dinner Day

November 3:

Alias Grace (Netflix, new drama series)

Lady Bird out in theaters

Full Moon

November 4:

Book Lovers Day

November 5:

End of Daylight Savings

Guy Fawkes Day

November 6:

Independent Lens (PBS, Season 22)

November 7:

Damnation (USA, new drama series)

The Curse of Oak Island (History, Season 5)

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