Day of the Dead

If you're not familiar with this custom, you can find general information on the Day of the Dead on this Wikipedia page.

The Day of the Dead is for remembering family and friends who have died. It's celebrated in conjunction with All Saints Day and All Souls Day each November 1 and 2.

Halloween Results

5 bags of candy

4 & more vampires

3 Things - Thing 1, Thing 2, and Thing 3 . . . thank you Dr. Seuss

2 Glow Men

1 Great Halloween!


Helen Ginger said…
My Halloween recap:

3 bags of candy, son ate one, husband ate some of the second.

Trick-or-treaters. None.

And November 1st, although known as the day of the dead is not recognized as that in our house. Around here it's known as our anniversary. Hmm, maybe that's how it got the name, day of the dead.


Straight From Hel
Carol Kilgore said…
Live-In Handyman: "They ate ALL the candy?"

Me: "Yup."

Happy Anniversary!
We had the most trick-or-treaters ever, 52! A conjunction of several factors made the little ones show up in droves and there's very little candy left, thank heavens.

Because I LOVE candy...