reply to post by Neysa
We always do movies on halloween. Since we are kind of rural, not many kids come by outside of nephews, nieces, and such.
Obviously there is candy. Thats what Halloween is. We also do white chocolate popcorn. Just take white almond bark and chop it rough. Microwave the popcorn, then when its hot open it up and put in a bunch of the chopped white almond bark. Shake the bag a whole bunch to get it melted and spread around.
My favorite Halloween memory is me, my boys, my wife, and Jeepers Creepers on the TV.
ETA: my youngest is 15. He'll spend Halloween with his friends, more than likely. If not, he and I will do some GTA V on xbox live. Not as much fun as it was when he was 4. I love my son, but miss my baby boy.edit on 29-9-2013 by bigfatfurrytexan because: (no reason given)
When I got to high school, I'd have a Halloween party every year on Halloween.
Also - the adults in our town who took kids around trick or treating would themselves
'trick or drink'. They brought shot glasses and at each house in the neighborhood they'd
get a shot. Everyone had 'bottles' ready for the adults.
It was a fun neighborhood at Halloween.
reply to post by buster2010
I got a shiver just reading that. Lol
I am easily creeped out and I think that sounds terrifying. Might be worth buying a Ouija board. Excellent idea! Nothing more fun than scaring the crap out of the ones you love, right? LOL I'll run it by the family.
Funny,my 17 year old daughter is spearheading the holiday in our house this year. It was her idea to dress up and take her younger siblings out trick or treating. If not that we would have had a family night of treats and movies. If i had to make a suggestion,ask your daughter how she wants to celebrate. Discuss options with her.