Hip hip hurray, you know what day it is, don't you? For those of you grown weary of my Halloween enthusiasm, tomorrow we'll return to gardening and tranquility will once again be restored to the blog. Today however, we will revel in all things "Halloween;" the decorating, the costume hunting, the carving is done. It's time to party. I'm sure a little too much candy will be consumed:
But we can live with that, it only comes around once a year. Trick or Treating tonight will be one Hawaiian Hula Girl (whose photo will remain unpublished) and one "cute-as-a-button" Jack O'Lantern:
When I see Butter in his costume, for some crazy reason I think of that old Charmin commercial ~ remember it was something about "don't squeeze the Charmin??" Insert "Butter's" name in place of "Charmin" and that's what he's been saying to me. He looks so darn cute, it's hard to resist not doing just that. Believe it or not, he's most likely going to be hot. Daytime highs will be in the 70's and at "trick or treat" time an anticipated temperature of 64 degrees. I am expecting a lot of kids as it's a rare and unusual treat for us to have such a mild night. Passing out candy and being an all around door greeter will be one bewitching Regis:
with his black shiny coat and glowing amber eyes, he was born for this night. Which means I'll have to be extra vigilant regarding his whereabouts. Now, I need to see that the "witches brew" for adult imbibers is prepared and get on with the business of the day. A happy Halloween to all who participate. It's going to be a good one, I feel it in the air....