Well Halloween has almost come and gone again. We didn't have near as many trick or treaters as in the past. Probably because Cowboy Fellowship had a big party at the park in the next town over. They were giving free food, booths, two bands etc. Everything was free and over at nine to try to keep children out of trouble and to keep accidents from happening to them. I didn't know what trick or treating was until a family moved to our small town from Ohio. The lady took a bunch of us girls as a group to the owners houses of the hardware store. They were two brothers and their houses were adjoined by a porch. It was a surprise and they were unprepared. All they had to give us was a small glass of apple cider each. I had never drank apple cider and I thought my mama was going to be mad because I drank liquor. lol Was I ever a county hick kid? Wouldn't my mama turn over in her grave at how I have "come out"? We could always expect an outhouse in front of the post office the day after Halloween. It was just like a small town rule. Then one year the high school boys put an old wagon on top of the school auditorium. How they accomplished that feat I have no idea. Good night and hope your Halloween was safe.