Guy Fawkes and bonfire night has had the inevitable fireworks most evenings. We have a couple more days until the 5th November so I suspect evenings will still be subjected to bangs, explosions and whizzes. One cat quietly vanishes into the airing cupboard, the other trots around growling anxiously until we can ground her with a warm and cozy blanket and soothing words, the dog melts into her bed, pressing herself flat as possible until you produce a toy or a treat and then it is all forgotten and she instantly recovers (not sure what goes on in that fuzzy little head of hers).
On occasion it was so quiet that the only folk in the building were the stall holders and the rather uncomfortably squirming organiser...............
As ever everyone's interpretation to last month's list of words blew me away - I am always pleasantly pleased to see how one word can give so many stories and photos - thank you all for joining in :)
November's words will be the last for 2019, we'll rest the challenge for December - there is enough to do during that month any way and then we'll resume the scavenger hunt in January.
SO - November's words .....
My own choice
We'll share and show our photos and stories on Friday the 29th November.