It’s Thursday. Carl the Camel and I are tired. He spent all day Wednesday celebrating. I’ve been drying out and packing Halloween decorations.
Halloween was a screaming success.
Monday arrived. With it, the ghost and wizards and goblins smiled on us. The final set-up began at 10 a.m..
This year’s volunteers arrived at 4 p.m. to help with the candle lighting ceremony. Let’s face it, what’s a graveyard without candles? Spooky.
They came early, they came often. We celebrated a new Monday night record of 175 trick or treaters. Sorry NFL we probably lowered your viewing audience by 0.0001 percent.
8:30 p.m. rain fell from the sky and Halloween ended in our neighborhood.
By 11:51 p.m. the decorations disappeared from the yard with the help of a wonderful neighbor and the Christmas lights glowed.
If you don’t show up on October 31st, you’ll miss the show.
Only 362 days until next Halloween.
Thanks for stopping by!