As you know from reading this blog, Halloween is a huge holiday in Maine. We spend the entire month of October celebrating it, and Otherworldly Beings visit from all over to take part in the Halloween Season festivities.
One staple of Halloween Season has always been the Cauldron Luck.
That, of course, is how Witches refer to a Potluck. Since they conjure up their delicious food items in their cauldrons, the name just made more sense.
Until recently, only Witches threw Cauldron Lucks. That trend has changed, however, thanks for a charming Modern Philosopher, who is beloved by Maine’s Witches.
With the blessing of Waltzing Matilda, Volcanica Ivy, and Ti-Diana, I have taken to calling my office’s annual Halloween Bash a Cauldron Luck.
Let’s see what my coworkers conjured up this year…
That severed arm to the left of the cat looks so lifelike, don’t you agree???
Pig in a blanket.
Unfortunately, the police then arrested my coworker for breaking into that vault.
Poetic justice on Halloween!
Then again, zero pumpkins work in my office, so for three of them to put on costumes and come to our Cauldron Luck was actually a big deal!
I was hooked on the pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, and at one point, I had three different types of brownies on my plate.
How can you not love Halloween?
Here I am dressed as The Great Pumpkin. Can you tell which one is me?
Happy Halloween! Please feel free to stop by The House on the Hill to trick or treat. I’ve got plenty of candy and the interns would love to answer the door and give you some!