It’s that time of the year when I revert to behaving like a five-year-old. It’s my birthday today, and unlike Hubby, I adore birthdays. I love cake, champagne and the excitement of opening cards.
This year, however, I have been so busy promoting How Not to Murder Your Grumpy and charging about all over the country, doing interviews that I didn’t have time to plan my birthday. I tried to book a last minute trip away but, of course, it is the height of Summer and our finances wouldn’t stretch to the hugely inflated price I was offered. Alas, Mr Grumpy has decided that it is better I haven’t organised anything declaring, “It’s only a day. What’s the big deal?” There are no presents. (Please feel free to sniff in sympathy with me at this point.) There is no cake. There is nothing planned for me. Oh dear!
So, to cheer myself up, I am going to go to an online Friendly Ghost Party for Melissa Bowersock’s latest release, Stones’ Ghost. I love ghost stories. The party is superbly planned. Check it out on Facebook by clicking the link HERE. There are ghost related photographs, terrific prizes and a virtual ghost buffet.
Find out more from Melissa’s blog.
Matthew Stone doesn’t believe in ghosts … until he meets one. He owns a successful business in Lake Havasu, Arizona, home to the famed London Bridge that was brought over stone by stone and rebuilt over the Colorado River. He has a gorgeous girlfriend, a doting mother, and more money than he needs, but no time for stories about the ghosts who were transplanted from England with the famed bridge. When a chance encounter with a female ghost leads to unexpected friendship, Matt and the ghost are forced to rely on each other as they confront the pasts that haunt them.
Of course, it’s Friday, so I have to share some humour with you all. Have a great weekend and here is my Feel Good Friday Special selection of spooky jokes, just for Melissa:
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- Q: Where do baby ghosts go during the day?
A: Day scare centers.
- Q. What do you get when you cross Bambi with a ghost?
- Q: Where do ghosts go on vacation?
A: The Eerie canal, Lake Eerie or Mali-Boo
- .Q. What’s a ghosts favorite ride at the carnival?
A: The roller ghoster.
- Q: Where do ghosts buy their food?
A: At the ghost-ery store.
- Q: Where do ghosts mail their letters?
A: At the ghost office.
- Q: What’s a ghosts favorite fruit?
A: Boo berries.
- Q: What kind of street does a ghost like best?
A: A dead end.
- Q: What did the baby ghost eat for dinner?
A: A boo-loney sandwich.
- Q: What do you call a ghost’s mother and father?
- Q: How did the ghost song and dance act make a living?
A: By appearing in television spooktaculars.
- Q: What are little ghosts dressed in when it rains?
A: Boot’s and goulashes.
- Q: Why are ghosts bad at telling lies?
A: Because you can see right through them.
- Q: How do ghosts learn songs?
A: They read the sheet music.
- Q: What is a ghost’s favorite day of the week?
- Q: Where do ghosts get an education?
A: High ghoul.
- Q: What did the polite ghost say to her son?
A: Don’t spook until your spooken to.
- Q: What do you call a ghost with a broken leg?
A: Hobbling Goblin.
- Q: What do you call a prehistoric ghost?
A: A terror-dactyl.
- Q: Who speaks at the ghosts’ press conference?
A: The spooks person.
- Q: What should you say when you meet a ghost?
A: how do you boo, sir?
- Q: What kind of mistakes do ghosts make?
A: Boo boo’s.
- Q: Who’s the most important member of a ghost’s football team?
A: The ghoulie.
- Q: When does a ghost have breakfast?
A: In the moaning.
- Q: What’s a ghost’s favorite breakfast?
A: Ghost toasties with boo berries, Scream of Wheat or Dreaded wheat