I longingly remember the excitement of Halloween
(back in the day)
especially when it started to get dark.
The kids would run around the house getting ready...
asking for help with their costumes
and face paint.
PaulA would take them out trick-or-treating…
and I would stay home to pass out candy.
One for you…
one for me.
Two for you…
two for me.
So what treats will you be giving out to the
when they visit your house?
I know there are some folks
who think that kids get enough sugar…
so they go the carb/starch route…
bags of crackers, pretzel, popcorn.
Then there are those who…
go the fruit route…apple.
(Never tomatoes…they have a way of finding their way back to you.)
Today I was listening to "The Herd with Colin Cowherd" on ESPN.
Colin said he was planning on giving out
“moist jerky” to the kids.
Apparently he is going the protein route.
There is a part of me (small part) that can understand jerky.
That’s because our Colinboy would have loved a jerky stick
(must be something about the name Colin and loving jerky)
but there is no part of me that understands
(The word “moist” is not a pleasant word.)
I always take the sugar route…
candy bars and some non-chocolates like Skittles, lollipops, and Starbursts,
(for those who are like Wishy.)
I do know you have to be careful
with what you are passing off as "treats"…
should the goblins, ghouls, and ghosts
it can be a
Recipe for Disaster…
2 dozen eggs,
6 rotten tomatoes,
10 rolls of toilet paper
step 1. Moisten Toilet Paper.
step 2. Break one dozen eggs on front walk of house.
step 3. Throw one dozen eggs against house.
step 4. Throw 6 tomatoes at windows.
step 5. Using 10 rolls of moist toilet paper,