Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. It's time to ponder and then answer just one question. Okay, you can add all you want as a reason for your answer too. We'd all like that. I'll even answer my own question as that's only fair.

So here's this weeks question: What did you do for Halloween?
Hubby, Little Bit and I went to the boat for the peace and quiet. We went out to dinner at one of our favorite places on the water and just enjoyed each others company. No candy to pass out, or eat. It was perfect!
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  1. We moved into our new apt.

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  2. We didn't do anything but sounds like you had the pawfect time, Big Hugs xxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  3. It's not a really a holiday here, so we did nothing.

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  4. Same as Rhonda here it isn't a holiday here either so just sat over my coven stirring and casting spells ;-)

    Have a spookytastic day ;-)

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  5. No trick or treaters here at the swamp... Not that it matters anyway because we turn out the porch lights and just go to bed. Early, as per usual. ;)

    Have a lovely day! big hugs xoxo

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  6. We did trunk or treating w/the little guy. :)

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  7. Fluffy and I visited our friends Marc and Sharon. Only two children came to the door. Boy, did we eat a lot of candy!
    We missed the joy of seeing many children in their costumes.
    We did celebrate early in Ohio by face painting the kids faces
    at Timber Ridge Campground. We do this yearly before heading
    on the road south.

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  8. We did nothing. I did give a bag of candy to the neighbor kids. They don't get much. No trick or treaters here. Take care and have a great day Sandee and Zane too.

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  9. Absolutely nothing....we live out in the boonies and our driveway is 1/4 of a mile up hill....needless to say no one comesup here for a paltry Hershey bar! Even with almonds. If we knew any little kids around here that might be different.

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  10. We did not have many trick or treaters here, but my husband did take two of our grandchildren out trick or treating from our place. This meant that I got to spend some time with just my daughter and her youngest child (she was to young to go out with the boys).

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  11. Party the saturday before and passed out candy on the night of in the rain

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  12. Nothing. We generally don't celebrate Halloween in the UK. We bought a lot of sweets to hand out, but only two little kids turned up.

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  13. Dear Sandee, My daughter and I and of course my little dog took my niece Trick or Treating. It was soooooo much fun!! I felt like a kid again!
    Blessings dear and hugs, Catherine xo

    p.s. I also ate tooooooo much candy but enjoyed every minute!

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  14. I dropped my oldest off at a football game and went to a friend's house to visit. My husband took the kids out trick-or-treating. A night on a boat sounds awfully nice, though.

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  15. Stayed downstairs with Angel since she gets scared of the doorbell. We don't like that day!

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  16. We mostly stayed indoors and listened to the rain, which kept all but 7 intrepid children away from our door.

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  17. I curled up on the couch and watched tv in the dark :)

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  18. Halloween is just another day---nothing special.

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  19. Ate too many of those little chocolate bars!

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  20. ohhh, i might have sat on a piano in a bee costume. possibly. and had a blast!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxo

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  21. Halloween is not celebrated in a big way in Jamaica. Enjoy the rest of your day Sandee.

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  22. Nothing!!!...and I like it that way.

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  23. We don't celebrate Halloween here... so its peace and quiet here. But the clubs have started to commercialise Halloween... so there's still adults in spooky costumes all over town :) i think your idea of celebrating Halloween is quite up my alley. A quiet evening with loved ones.

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  24. We went home, spent time with the whole family, visited my father's grave and ate a lot!! almost perfect :)

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  25. I took my 3 year old daughter trick or treating for the first time. In years past we just visited family. This year, after much cajoling I was able to get a last minute costume that she adored (as opposed to the one I had bought weeks before and she didn't tell me she hated!) and we went out in the RAIN. She loved it, I loved it, too!!!! Memories were made!!! Oh and my coworkers loved it, because they got to eat the candy!

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  26. Halloween night I had bronchitis so I stayed on the couch under a blanket and watched Thursday Night Football. I'm a wild child I know!

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  27. My husband and I sat in our chairs outside from 7 to 9 to give our candy. We had about a dozen or so high school leaders come with a banjo and serenade us!

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  28. Last year, I dressed up as a zombie patient, with IV bag and tube sewn into a bathrobe. I then sat at my front door, in the dark, waiting for the kids to come up to the door and then... I gave them candy.

    This year, I didn't dress up but I did have a real IV, this time inserted into my arm. I guess last year's costume was foreshadowing...

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  29. Mrs Jim and I attended the University of Houston, my college, football game with Cenral Floriday University held in the Houston Texans' Reliant Stadium. Mrs. Jim had not been there before.

    The game was really neat with a lot of people and kids in costume, as were the cheerleaders and drill squad. The band also was for their half-time performance.
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