I expected some special visitors Halloween evening so I whipped up a little treat earlier in the day.
Each Halloween (well most of them) for as long as I can remember, I’ve made a special treat for our kids.
Although our kids are grown, my grandson was coming to trick or treat and that gave me just the reason I needed to continue the tradition.
Ding Dong…Trick or Treat…Run to the door to see who it is.
After we all ate a piece of that ghost pie, they said goodbye and were off to ring other doorbells. So I went up into the attic to help my husband check for bats. After all, isn’t that what everyone does on Halloween night?
What I Learned Today:
- One is never too old to stop dressing up for Halloween. (I am dressed up as a quilter–see the threads on my shirt).
- Watch out for that bottom step on the ladder.
- There are no bats in our attic. I had to see it for myself.
Question: How did you spend your Halloween? What are your Halloween traditions?
Fun, you are so clever, I remember you bringing the ghost pie down to the farm a few years ago,
and we were so delighted. Delicious too.
You’re my biggest fan and I love you for it! I remember that Halloween visit. The kids and I had a fun time sharing our ghost pie then.
Karen, You are so talented! Your family must be very proud of you! Glad you had a fun day! Bonnie
Thanks! I try to do my best.
What a fun Halloween treat! And your grandson is adorable. (Your son is, too, but he probably wouldn’t appreciate being called that.) I used to spend Halloween with my daughter’s family but this year I stayed home because traveling is a bit of a challenge as I recuperate from shoulder surgery. So I had to content myself with seeing the grands on social media (hurray for that!). It was a warmish evening, so my husband and I had fun sitting on our porch passing out candy to the neighborhood kids.
It sounds like you had a fun Halloween evening anyway, even if you couldn’t do what you usually do. I live in the country so we usually don’t get trick or treaters.