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5 thoughts on “Friday Afternoon Club: When Halloween Costumes Go Bad

  1. My kids have always been jipped a little bit with Halloween. It is my birthday and I selfishly require them to participate in our traditional dinner out together and that has historically required some adjustments to their plans.

    When they were little, it wasn’t so difficult. Parents set the schedule and plans for little people. In the teen years, it has been more difficult because they would much rather be with their friends than me (go figure).

    I was pleasantly surprised this year to have them both be very cooperative. Of course, as soon as dinner was over, they had places to be and friends to see. But, that let me enjoy my new UW Snugglie and the computer to myself. 😉

    I’m looking forward to grandkids (in about 10 years). After all, I’ll be a very cool grandma having a birthday on Halloween. (smile)

    Regards,
    Kathryn Simpson

  2. Happy 29th Birthday…again, Kathryn! Careful what you wish for on those grandkids. Karma skips a generation to give you “you” all over again.

    We were actually in your neck of the woods on Halloween. It was a bloody (and muddy) battle, but the Warren Avenue D-String slaughtered the South Kitsap (Grey) team at Givens Field on Saturday 39 to 0.

    Since it was on a Saturday this year Nick’s Dad, who almost never gets off work in time for trick or treating during the week, actually got to take him out this year and I got to do my most favorite thing which is staying home and passing out the candy. We had way more trick or treaters this year. Compared to the first year we moved into our home (1998) and had a total of 6 the entire night.

  3. I got home from dinner about 8:00 and we didn’t have any trick-or-treaters by then. 🙁

    Glad you all had a great time.

  4. Karma skips a generation to give you “you” all over again.

    If only that was the case with us. 😉

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