This is as much decorating as I did for Halloween this year.
This is the fourth year we’ve been in our home, and the first time I’ll be open for trick-or-treaters. In 2019, we were the only occupied house on the block. Only one family made it to our door. I hadn’t bought any candy, figuring no one would come down an (almost) empty cul-de-sac, and I promised them treats in 2020.
But . . . pandemic. No trick-or-treating in 2020.
Last year we were out of town.
And so, this year I have no idea how many kids to expect.
Do you get a lot of trick-or-treaters?
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You carved the pumpkins! Mine remain whole. I’m a mess at carving. It would be scarier that way, but no …
And four bags of candy later, my Halloween is over. They came in hordes.