After having chemo 2 weeks ago I went home with a mask over my face and in a wheelchair.
The weekend before I went home I went to a Halloween Block party with Cathy. Her sister's block has had this tradition for 20 years. I loved it, especially that they had Bahama Bucks tropical snow.
This past Friday I went to Deborah's ward trunk or treat. There was a huge turnout and we had fun handing out candy. Afterwards we went to her house where her husband, the master pumpkin carver showed us his talents. He is quick and does exactly what the kids ask for.
Saturday Cathy and her daughter Hope and I went to Laura's and went Trick or Treating with their kids. They have a huge neighborhood and they all sit out in their driveways handing out candy and grilling hot dogs. It's hard to keep up with the kids going from house to house. Thank goodness Laura had a brilliant idea to put green glow in the dark necklaces around the kids, even though they did get lost a time or two.
Sunday Deborah had her annual Halloween dinner. She goes all out with eyeball ice cubes and mummy dogs, spider eggs and such. She didn't disappoint again this year.
It's a good thing that I don't have kids. I'd be really tempted to eat their candy, even though I'm staying away from candy for now.
Tristen sent the cutest pictures of Aidree and Bridget. We missed them at our Halloween parties. Such silly girls.
Aidree had her kindergarten pictures. So adorable. I can't believe how grown up these girls are getting. They have such fun characters and I love facetiming them at random hours of the day.