Happy what’s-left-of-Halloween to you! It is just after 8pm on Halloween as I am typing this post. It was a last minute decision to write this post, as was my decision to carve this jack-o-lantern. With my girls no longer of trick-or-treating age, the threat of Hurricane Sandy and our Murder Mystery party this past weekend, regular ol’Halloween kind of took a back seat around here. I just bought candy for potential trick-or-treaters yesterday and then I remembered we had no pumpkin to carve and enjoy the roasted seeds. I carved this fellow at 5pm this evening. We’ve had a total of 3 trick-or-treaters tonight.
Each time I walk through the kitchen, I am popping these in my mouth:
Perhaps a little better than all the candy, right?
Hurricane Sandy turned out not to be a Frankenstorm at all in these parts, for which I am extremely grateful. Our power stayed on the whole duration of the storm and we just had a rainy, windy day off from school. Trying my best to send positive thoughts to those left in need by Sandy.
How did you weather storm my reader friends? How was your Halloween?