Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween???

Actually it's the crappiest Halloween ever.

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All the dangling tree limbs, blocked sidewalks, and live electrical wires made the township "reschedule" Halloween.

So trick or treating is now Friday.

The school year has three snow days built in.

Chunky had one today, and will have one tomorrow.

Guess who will be going to school either until July 4th, or get completely screwed out of his spring break?

Ah well.

At least Moochie got to go to daycare today and wear his awesome costume.

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6 Comments:

Blogger janna said...

Well, the live electrical wires might have made trick or treating just a little too exciting!! ;-)

8:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It looks to me like Moochie had a GREAT time as Bob-Bob!

We didn't have any down powerlines, but still didn't have any trick or treaters!

Love, Mom

12:09 AM  
Anonymous Sarah said...

That costume rocks!! Who moves Halloween around? I don't get that. Don't they know we're on to the next holiday now?

7:34 AM  
Blogger ZantiMissKnit said...

Wow, Moochie is HUGE now! I remember when he was born.

We were in NJ over the weekend - Parsippany, to be exact. We did see many downed trees, and most of the residential areas were without power. Getting breakfast in the morning was fun.

8:57 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

Did you make that costume? If you did, it's fantastic, and Moochie looks so cute in it! I imagine it was cheaper too, than buying a similar costume - costumes have gotten so ridiculously overpriced!

That's too bad about Halloween - what a disappointment! My daughter is too old for trick or treating now (she's 13), but my son (he's 8) still likes it, so I took him out.

Unfortunately, there were maybe 5 houses at the most on our street giving out candy. I spent about $15 on candy to give out, and we got one kid, yep, only one. I couldn't believe it. I guess it's just the neighborhood we live in. My street is the only one with houses for a few blocks, and the rest of the area is all businesses and apartment complexes. Still, that was disappointing. It's no fun for kids to trick or treat when no one is out, and hardly anyone gives out candy.

Poor Chunky only getting 3 snow days, and losing one already! We had 5 here in Ohio, until our last governor changed it to 3 (I have no idea why). I believe the current governor changed it back, but I'm not sure. Any state like Ohio or NJ that gets a ton of snow needs at least 5 snow days.

3:04 PM  
Blogger Jo said...

Will the jack-o-lanterns and candy last that long? I wonder how many people will just not do it altogether because it was postponed.

And WTH is with only 3 snow days? We have 8 built in and you get more snow than us.

4:35 PM  

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