Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones


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Kitty says: “Booo!!!”

We got home from a weekend away this afternoon with just enough time to get ready for the enslaught of trick or treaters.
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Kitty helped me open the door and waved at everyone who came and helpe me hand out Spider cakes (not made with actual spiders) and some twisted guts flumps.
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My Halloween rule is that all the trick and treaters have to tell me a joke and tell me about their costumes before I hand over any goodies.  This evening’s best:

  • Why did the cow cross the road? To go to the moo-vies.
  • Why did the hedgehog cross the road? To see his flatmate.
  • What do chickens do to relax? Play on the eggs-box.

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We’ve had a good evening and there are even a few cakes left for us.  Happy Halloween!

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  • Rachel 01/11/2011 at 11:26 pm

    Cute little outfit! So I’m surprised that handing out home-made treats is acceptable. When I was growing up, we weren’t even allowed to eat fruit given out…only things in packaging that obviously weren’t tampered with (razor blades were the issue…and I grew up in a very rural community!). Regardless, I would have loved to have a spider cupcake…those look cool!

  • Carie 02/11/2011 at 2:57 pm

    Hi Rachel – I’d never thought of there being a problem with homemade spider cakes; I think I tend towards the view that if someone comes to my home and asks for a treat, I can give them what I want, it’s up to them/their mothers whether or not they eat it. We do live in a fairly small village though and if there were any problems they know where I live. I’ve entered the village show baking competitions and made cakes and mince pies for church for years as well which probably helps with any trust issues.

    I never trick or treated as a child as it’s a relatively new concept over here so I’m coming at it purely from the grown up homeowner perspective – if anyone else has any thoughts I’d be interested to hear them.