(See my earlier blog post)
It really wasn't complicated and everyone was hungry so we each had a whole snake to make, decorate and devour. Much better than letting them eat you!
|my hubby's rainbow snake-very poisonous|
|a Vanity snake?|
Everyone seemed to enjoy eating this delicacy along with a big platter of fruit and a cup of witches brew (apple cider) to wash it all down. Then it was dessert time!
Next it was time to get on the costumes and go "Trick n' Treating."
I had a long wait before the little ghosts and goblins began to appear and before you know it, I melted into a pile of bones and it was more like the Mexican holiday celebrated on this day: Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
The kids were out collecting candy so long, I jumped on my bike to check on them and had a nice ride around the block looking for them. A big spooky looking doctor jumped out at me with bloody scalpel in hand and I had to pull up my granny panties and challenge him saying "my broomstick may be broken, but my magick powers are still with me, so look out!" I think that scared him off, at least he ran away!
There was a lot of candy left, I have plenty to stuff Christmas stockings. And I am the only one who knows where it's hidden. Mwah-ha-ha!