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October 30th, 2005

“Eating chocolate is like being in love without the aggravation.”

— anon.

Now, go break into the Halloween candy early! You have my permission. Wacky Boy is going as a pirate. Or a bumblebee. Or a witch. He can’t decide. Wacky Girl is going dressed in that scary as hell skeleton costume that’s so popular at the Halloween Superstore. The one from the movie “Scream”? Yeah, that’s the one. Jesus. She even scares me in it.

I am not volunteering at WG’s class Halloween party tomorrow. Still bronchial, but fever is gone. No pneumonia! (That’s an order.) Wacky Grandma has kindly volunteered to make egg carton spiders and help with the sugar cooky decorating. God love the woman she’s a saint. Especially for putting up with my Wackiness lo these many years.

Have you seen “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the WereRabbit” yet? It’s funny as hell. We all loved it, especially Wacky Grandma. Happy Halloweeeeeeeeeeeeen everyone!




  1. liv says

    happy halloween to you! now you have a link on our blog too!

    October 31st, 2005 | #

  2. Roxie says

    Helloooooooo WM! We too loved The Curse of the WereRabbit. I think it’s one of those movies you have to see 5-10 times just to get all of the jokes! Hope your Halloween was great! Ours was fantastic- no rain- and the kids made a haul (oh joy for me). Be sure to let the kids know that all the candies you love have been tampered with, therefore you must take the fall and comsume them rather than take the chance that your kids may be harmed.
    Take Care!

    November 1st, 2005 | #

  3. Wacky Mommy says

    heh heh heh. My Wacky Neighbor is doing a “reverse tooth fairy” kind of thing, subbing toys for candy. This will not work for six-year-olds and older, but the under sixers might go for it.

    November 1st, 2005 | #

  4. zipdodah says

    My favorite stories about Halloween (and a few vague memories, seeing I was a wee tyke) were the ones of my father and our neighbor going “Trick or Drinking.” Never any driving involved, except for that one Halloween they opted for bicycles……. I believe that is the first time I saw my mother really take on the likeness of a witch. (She was born on Halloween)…anywhoo…I won’t go into details, but just imagine 2 grown men cruising the neighborhood with their shotglasses…….OMG

    November 2nd, 2005 | #

  5. Wacky Mommy says

    Drinking and riding, that’s what I want to do, next year. One of the mommies from school is a Halloween baby too — I bet she’d go with me, shotglass in hand…

    November 2nd, 2005 | #

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