I had a blast (as usual) on Halloween. By 7pm, I finished all my candies! Yey! I felt bad at some point because of my early cut-off. Next year, what I have in mind is to pack sets of candy in small bags and just hand it over to them. I gave the kids the liberty to choose.
Trick or Treat are for children, I know! When I was younger, we don\’t do one back home. I only see it on American movies or TV shows. It looks fun! Too bad , recently na lang nauuso ang pag-costume. Fast forward to today, I\’m now based in California. I arrived before the end of summer and totally looking forward to Halloween.
|Mask and Headband from Party City at a discounted price. Best time to buy Halloween stuff is a few hours before Trick or Treat time.|
Only a handful of houses are open for treats. I can\’t blame them because Halloween fell on a Thursday. They still have to work the next day. Nevertheless, there were houses and families who are in the spirit of Halloween. All is good!
|I just admire the patience and effort of my neighbors in setting up decorations.|
|Teenagers in their costumes…|
There\’s this open-house-thingy wherein the owner turned their homes into mini-haunted houses. Looks scary all the way through and we are not mistaken. Wow!
I\’m looking forward for the next Halloween (falls on a Friday). I will try to DIY some masks and headpieces. If I can score a witch costume (my dream costume for halloween) that would be great as well. We still have to plan whether we\’ll be giving out candies because if we will, I need to decorate our front door area. Another decorating challenge for me!