BECAUSE THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE - EVEN IN FICTIONAL NOVELS.
Boo, lost power and lost my comment.Okay, well it was a long one, so I'll just say that my plans are simple. The way I like them.
Sorry I missed your long comment. Hope you have a fun holiday!
Hope everything is okay with you, Judy. I love the pics. Not really big on Halloween as a celebration. No kids in my area so no need to buy candy (I'd only eat it all anyway) and I'm not big on costumes either. Do I sound old and boring, or just boring? Ha ha.Happy Halloween to all of you who love it!!!
Everything is okay, Robena. My focus is changing - well actually currently it is just wandering - but I suspect that will lead to a change of some kind.Recently I saw a t-shirt that said: I like to party. And by party I mean take naps.That's me.
Halloween has always been my favorite holiday, but over the past years I've stopped decorating for it and I no longer have any reason to dress for it, although I did dress for it at work whenever and wherever I could.I love those cartoons!
However you do it, just have fun!
We're in a new neighborhood, so maybe there's kids here? Will we have to turn out the lights and pretend we're not home? lol No parties etc for me. At my store our regional mgr (supa Christian) doesn't like us to emphasize Halloween too much... which means we just lose business to the evil empire of Value Village. But we do have one little rack and I add hats and weird pieces of clothing to it, to try to help people out. I've already helped one person create a hippie outfit, and another do Mrs Roper. ;-)
Mrs Roper - what a great idea.
Our only plans are to pass out candy to the little goblins... Love the witch pics. :)
We never have kids at the house. I have my desk at work all decorated. Employee kids and gkids come through from 4-5. I'm not working but I'm thinking of going in to pass out candy anyway.