It’s A Blog-O-Ween! Let’s Party!

Hello, party goers, I’m Anna. I’ve been posting about mostly about diabetes but lately about food, such as this one: Enticing Food Labels, Part 2. Feel free to stop by and check it out.

I see plenty of food at this party and a music to boot, how lovely! Am reblogging and spreading the word.

I think socializing on WordPress is very important as it helps to build bridges between us bloggers and make new blog friends in the process.



Inspired by the Blog-O-Ween party and Today’s Prompt:  Bridge

a cooking pot and twisted tales


Welcome to my house. I’ll try hard not to terrify you to death 😉

We’ve got Black Magic, Bloody Mary ,Skulls and Bone, Flesh Juice, Crushed Bones, Pickled Veins, Marrow Worms, Boggle The Eyes’ Scary pumpkins etc, etc, Just talk to the ghoul in the house and choose your poison.

Let’s meet & mingle, shake a leg & jingle, connect & interact with other awesome folks in here.

If this is your first-time visit, the house rules of play are outlined below, if you are an old-timer, you know the drill.


Just some little party rules:

  1. You must mix and mingle with others. Don’t be a wallflower. Go say hello to someone and you can participate in the Tag a poem, a thought or quote below.
  2. Let us know where you are blogging from.
  3.  Please leave your blog link or post link in the comment box below along with introductions.

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7 Responses to It’s A Blog-O-Ween! Let’s Party!

  1. Anna says:

    LOL, your sign sounds like a good idea

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  2. painkills2 says:

    Sorry, I’m not really in the mood to party or be sociable. And now I’m worried that kids will come to my door on Halloween and I don’t have any candy.

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  3. I’m blogging from London. Mind you London is a place where people rarely mingle with each other. Lots of boring wallflowers here. You are lucky if anybody says Hello to you. Apart from it it’s a great city.

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    • Anna says:

      I’ve never been to London — thanks for the heads up. I see that people of London tend to be private which is natural in this age of identity problems. Thanks for the comment!

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