Monday, October 18, 2010

Halloween Poll & Relationship Rant PLAYLIST-Song 10

I hope you all had a greaaattt weekend, and that this Monday is treating you well. 

I had a good weekend, and got my yard looking acceptable for all the trick or treators that will be trotting up and down my street at the end of the month.

FYI-I love Halloween, perhaps because I love seeing all the kiddies dressed up and begging for the sweet stuff!  Last year I got a group of 6 princesses all of which were between the ages of 1-4, soooo cute.  This year I am going to try and dress my puppies up, put the scary music on and try to rope a few more in.

When I lived on a very busy street I would not get any kids, so I would go as far as standing outside my gate putting a trail of candy leading to my house, even that did not work, but maybe they thought my tactic was strange enough to warrant a potential poisoning??? 

Anyways, I love Halloween, and I think it is because I never got a chance to do it when I was young, well not until I was about 9, but by then the damage was done.  So I do my best to get everyone in the spirit, and I give anyone who comes to my door at least ten candies each... yes I spoil them in a hope that they will remember me and come back year after year, and tell all of their friends about my generosity.

Just curious though... what do you all do to attract or distract children from your house on Halloween???

Anywho, it is playlist time y'all, and I have a special song for you, that hopefully many of you have never heard.  If you have never heard of Sia, then check her stuff out, it is fabulous-the whole CD, and her newest one too.


  1. Before all the neighborhood kids grew up, I used to play the Harry Potter theme--they just loved it. It was so cute! The minute they heard it, I would hear, "Harry Potter! Harry Potter!" and they would come running through the yard. It was adorable. :)

  2. I laughed when I read that you put out a trail of candy! I would so be following that trail and yes, I would be begging for candy!

  3. I actually haven't gotten many trick-or-treaters traditionally. I think that might change this year, since I'm in more of a residential neighborhood, but I might be working that night anyway and thus not handing out the candy. I'll have to see.

    Best costume I've ever seen: The Brave Little Toaster.


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