and she waits, yet for another night
Our Trick or Treating was last night as deemed by city officials.
(I hate it when they switch things around like that)
Which means the witch shall be at her window two nights instead of one.
She really scared many that came by tonight.
(I had about 50, which is typical)
Little children would stand in my front yard and just stare.
Several kids said I had the best house.
A few said they loved my decorations.
One or two asked if it was haunted.
One boy said, "You really fixed this place up".
and one lovely darling child said...
"You have the prettiest hair".
That was directed to me, not the witch.
The witch even gave grown-ups a start.
Several said they thought a real person sat there staring out.
One more night, she will reign and then back into her black dark tomb for another year.
I shot a video of her...thought you might like to see.
(I know, not the best...but you get the idea of how she looked)
For all that get to have their Halloween on its proper night...enjoy!
I'm invited to a Halloween party...but I might stay home and watch scary movies.
Oh...one more thing...I don't know what is up with the weenies but they never bark during
Trick or Treating. They act like it is the most normal night of the year.
My neighbors asked if I had them locked in a room.
Nope...they were out in the house. Newman occasionally got up in the window to look out.
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