The kids and I started trick-r-treating at 9:30 in the morning with Brecken's cute daycare group. The kids were more excited to ride the bus than to get candy. Imagine for a second manhandling fifteen little ones under the age of four while on a bus? Holy mac! I have a new found respect for our his teachers. They're sweet souls.
After a busy morning of going around downtown trick-r-treating at the local businesses (and admiring the soda turkey at the grocery store) we finally ventured home for a short nap before our ward's Halloween dinner and trunk-r-treat. Our quintessential little town never disappoints when it comes to holidays. For Halloween there is always a carnival for the kids and bingo for the adults at the high school. This year's warm spell pushed all the kids out to the streets to go door-to-door trick-r-treating--without having to be bundled in five layers! By the time we got home that night John said, "Oh Honey, I don't know how you do it everyday." Icing on the cake. Until next year.