Wednesday, October 31, 2007


I don't know why I even bother to buy candy for the trick-or-treaters. Last year, I only had one little boy come. He got a good portion of the loot since no one else had been by. Currently, it is 9:52 pm and in trick-or-treater time, it's late, done. Da game is ova.

Grand Total of Trick-or-Treaters this year? A Big FAT zero.



Just Laura said...

You sound a little too happy! Last year we actually ran out of candy and I ended up buying more. This year I have bags of candy but couldn't hand any out because I was out with Ben. Hmmmmmm... Good thing I have a sweet tooth! =O

Lori said...

I don't get many trick or treaters myself and I went over to my sisters last night to see my nieces and nephews all dressed up. But I did empty out my candy drawer into a bowl and leave it on the porch with the lights on. When I came home it was still full, so I doubt anyone came by. I am going to go to Target today and stock up on some of my favorites since they are usually on sale today.

Anthony said...

I haven't had a single T or T'r in the 16 years I've lived here.

Maybe it's the black cat?

Batfrog3 said...

I remember trick or treating in my apartment bulding when I was in New York and later of my Mother driving me around when we lived in North Carolina. It was more a family thing than anything else. I actually went trick or treating at my Mom's hospital once. The point is that these simple pleasures are losing their value in society. People don't trust others anymore. I knew we were on a downward spiral when I heard of parking lot trick or treating. I still have candy from last year. we've lost our trust and our innocence and our kids are losing their childhood.