Ah, the sticky heat of a Florida Halloween. It gets the best of three college girls– well, not them directly… read on!
Here’s a little overachiever story about Halloween in Pennsylvania, raising a daughter alongside two dogs, sewing the perfect costume, carving the perfect pumpkins (that’s right–plural!), and wondering what it all means. It’s from For the Love of a Dog, (Harmony Books, 2001), by Elisabeth Rose (aka Lisa Lanser Rose)
Deep dark depression, excessive misery– and a recovery from that state. Melissa Carroll lays herself bare.
Here’s a freaky yet somehow (to me) touching poem for you this Halloween.
I used to see an airplane in the sky and wish I were on it. After this experience, when I fly (like today) I have to take an anti-anxiety medication.