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Tuesday, October 31, 2006


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Hey Marie - I'm visiting blogs while waiting for the door to ring. We give out a variety of candy bars. I hope Pooh has a great time. My son made a pitstop and emptied his halloween candy on the living room floor. I've only sampled the Milk Duds and Tootsie Rolls, he'll never miss them.


I'd give you a big hug if you came trick or treating. But most people just got candy. Luckily your little one is too young to be scarred for life from a bad haircut.


Well, IMO, no matter how butchered the hair, he's still adorable. If you had trick-or-treated at my house, you would have gotten Peanut Butter Cups, Snickers, and Twizzlers. We got slammed, and had just enough candy!


Some of the same or the candy bracelets, how about some hot shots or gummy lifesavers; I believe there may even be a granola bar or two as well as gum, sour patch kids, swedish fish, mini oreos and mini kisses.

Bluegrass Mama

I'm waiting for the pics of your Pooh. Both of my kids and my nephew were Pooh in a costume I made. It's now waiting for the baby nephew to grow into it.

At my house you'd have gotten a mix--but never again will I buy a mixed bag that includes chocolate AND fruity stuff, because the chocolate picked up the fruity taste. Not a good thing in a Reese's peanut butter cup. I guess I could think of it as a peanut butter and jelly cup.


I recall my first really bad haircut, a pixie mishap when I was 6. Fortunately your little one is too young to remember this, and perhaps the photograph will be more amusing to him than anything.

At my house you'd have gotten a KitKat bar or a Nestles Crunch bar. If you came today, you'd have nothing, since all my candy was given out, for the first time ever!


We don't get any trick or treaters out here. I would be so embarassed if one showed up and I didn't have anything for them! I would probably steal something from one of the girls!


We gave a little bit of everything and then the next day dumped the leftovers at the dentist's office. He pays the kids per pound to bring their candy to him. Pretty cool.

I let them pick out some things before dumping at the dentists, though.

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