|Anyone recognize this character?|
Turns out, adults don't want to be left out of all the Haloween fun. The bingo hall hosted its annual costume contest for those 18 and older. What a goofy fun lovin' crew of monsters, zombies and kooks.
It was fun trying to figure out who was who under all the disguises.
|Then time for a little bingo with the added bonus of a pile of candy to carry through all the daubing (is that a real verb, daubing?).|
Then the moment Harold had been waiting for . . . trick or treating (a.k.a. the great candy exchange). It was a blast to be with him on his first ever trick or treating experience. I don't think he quite understood the magnitude of what was about to happen. He was ready to go home and eat his candy after the first couple houses. I had to convince him to continue on and explained that the bounty would be so much greater if we kept on going. He did catch on soon enough but we pretty exhausted by the end of the night.
hope it was your best one yet.