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Happy Halloween! #1232355
10/31/20 07:27 AM
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Don't know if my doorbell will ring tonight but I'll be ready, just in case. It's still a fun and creative holiday. [Linked Image]


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232357
10/31/20 08:11 AM
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Enjoy the kids at your door Sue.


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232386
10/31/20 12:04 PM
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Much as I hated the people who didn't answer their doors when I was a kid, I now hide in the dark in my home.

Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232387
10/31/20 12:09 PM
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I will be playing a spooky game for Halloween night.

Happy Halloween, everyone! blackkitty

Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232388
10/31/20 12:10 PM
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That's a good one ob.


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232392
10/31/20 12:23 PM
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I was going to make a joke involving Mrs Worrier and witches, but I'm not that sort of chap. Never have been... smile


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232402
10/31/20 03:32 PM
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rotfl ...as he gets the joke in


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232419
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No ghosts nor witches nor any other short and strangely-dressed creatures came to my door tonight. Nada! Zilch! Nary a one! Dear me, what shall I do with all this chocolate candy? whistle


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232420
10/31/20 07:50 PM
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lol I had only five little kids show up but it felt so normal to answer the door and hand out candy, even if I had to wear a mask. I suppose I'll also have to figure out what to do with the leftovers. grin


We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are. - Anais Nin
Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232421
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I decorated a long mailing tube with orange paper and put up a sign under my front window that said "Stand Here for Candy." Unfortunately, I didn't get to test it out.


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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232427
11/01/20 06:05 AM
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I set up a long table at the end of my driveway, put the candy in bags, and had a lit (battery type) candle in a pumpkin
on a small table. Set up a chair for myself back 10 feet and actually had more kids this year than the last two years.

But my next door neighbor was the best. They had a portable fire pit and the largest leg lamp from Christmas Story.
He (a police sergeant) was dressed as Ralphie and his wife was dressed as the kid who put his tongue on the pole.
Again, at the end of their driveway. Great Fun! witch

Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232440
11/01/20 11:27 AM
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Sounds like a great time Redz lol

No trick or treaters here ... the neighborhood kids are grown and I have a bag of candy to give to grandkids and take to work for snacks

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Re: Happy Halloween! [Re: Pandora] #1232466
11/01/20 03:08 PM
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Haven't had any trick or treaters for many years, so I don't even bother to have treats available. Haven't done a whole lot with decos but, next year, I hope to do more of that; finally found a handyman but he had to stop his business for a couple months to recover from knee surgery. I've sent him a list of 'chores' I need done which will allow me to do more fun things with my home next year.

I didn't get dressed up, but my dog did. The play care center he goes to had a canine costume party on Sat. I purchased a 3 piece (chest, best and cape) Superman outfit for him which they were able to get him to wear, and they've promised pics. I attempted to put it on him while he laying down, but he started sneering, so I figured I'd let the experts do it. They said he was patient with it just confused; kept turning his head to figure out what was going on. Later told me to ease of on his 'diner' food since he'd had a lot of treats.

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