I ended up not dressing up this year. I tried to work on a costume but got so frustrated with the number of mistakes and mishaps, I figured I’d just be me (which is scary enough).
Daniel, meanwhile, selected to make a candy dispenser. He did this before, but this version is updated to be larger. Kids loved it- parents were impressed, and Daniel seemed to enjoy the attention.
Next year, we’ll add lights, glow-in-the-dark paint, and glow sticks or something.
David dressed up as a zombie. I didn’t see him most of the evening, as he walked through town (to scare kids).
Halloween was cold. At least this year, it didn’t rain.
For a scout Halloween party, Daniel made another costume where he wore a sign that was labeled WEATHER. When asked what he was, he’d reply “I’m under the weather”.
I bought two 3 lb bags of candy, which was gone half an hour before Trick-or-treating ended. I guess next year, we’ll need to get more.
In this town, Halloween is a big celebration. We live close to ‘downtown’, and they seal off a block to have a party there. Meanwhile, folks from all over the county visit and enjoy the festivities. Its so much fun.
I invited folks to attend a party but pretty much only family joined. That was fine. It was fun to get together for a holiday. I suspect many people may not be able to make it on such short notice.
The writer’s group Horror Anthology: 2014 took most of my attention, but it got published. We picked ‘horror’ for the genre, so not as many authors joined in this year. I was okay with that- it was still enough to have a printed book so we went with Createspace to publish.
Createspace.com lets you self-publish with print-on-demand and kindle, at no cost.
The cover design is mine- its my cat, Max, who enjoys joining the writer’s meetings. So far, he was the popular choice.
I seriously need to add more stuff to this blog. I keep forgetting to post, to update general things.
I should also post the posts from my other blogs-