If I am home , then yes. If I am taking my children out then no. It all depends on how things are going, and what we are all able to do.
Yes. But I usually do it on the mall. Since in my country no children go trick or treat on homes
But of course! We LOVE Halloween and all the children!
Sadly those at our door are dwindling because area events are organizing different venues for safety. I miss the days of everyone being out and about.
I used to but I don't anymore. The children in my neighborhood have all grown up and moved away. Even the children from other neighborhoods who used to find ours so profitable on Halloween don't come anymore. It just doesn't pay to buy bags of candy only to take it to the office the next day.
We give out candy because my husband thinks that if we don't then our trailer will be egged or we will get damage to our property by teenagers which is called tricking I guess.
by Zeroun7 years ago
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by Faith Reaper4 years ago
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by Pr0metheus8 years ago
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by Listessa7 years ago
Are you giving out candy for Halloween this year?
by Money Fairy5 years ago
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by amsmoving7 years ago
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