We got Adrienne dressed up, then we met our friends. We all piled into one vehicle and headed out
We left that jaunt after our bellies were full and balloon animals were made. We were ready to walk up and down rando streets and tell our kids to run up to doors and demand candy. I haven't been actual trick or treating since I was around eleven. I couldn't even remember what to do. The lights on mean they are handing out candy, right? No? They aren't coming to the door? Bang harder kids!
Towards the end of this holiday night, it was cold, and we didn't have the energy of these kids who we were trying to drag in the right directions. The houses were giving out one piece of candy per kiddo ::blink blink:: and we had had enough. It was time to go home and check the candy basket for the good stuff that we needed to confiscate, because, well, that's our job.
Next year, I'm pretty sure we are just dressing our tiny sized human up and hiding candy in our yard. Like Easter. Sans eggs and headaches. Win. Win.
I hope everyone had a safe and happy Halloween!