The girls were so excited about the spooky fog on Halloween morning that they had to have their before school photo with the foggy background. Our modified Tigger (orange and black day at the middle school, no costume pieces allowed) and un-dead soccer player were excited to be back at school for the day's festivities. Jenna's school was still in full costume mode with their costume contest, and she had fun participating and checking out all the fun costumes.
Evening plans were all over the place, but finally settled just before the spooktacular trick-or-treating hour. Kelly took the girls and their friends, Grace and Sarah, over to the Nobel's neighborhood which goes all out with the decor on the street. This year was Twisted Fairytales, and the point of going was to see the grandeur, not necessarily to stock up on candy. There are hundreds of kids that go through, so it was pretty much a zoo, but they had fun checking it out.
After that visit, they all returned to go trick-or-treating in our neighborhood. It was just like old times with our former neighbor, Sarah, along, and it was very fun for Heather and Grace to get to trick-or-treat together. We even ran into the older girls' friend, Mary Barbara. The girls all scored big with handfuls of candy being passed out as it got later into the evening and things quieted down in the neighborhood. The girls came back to our place to do some traditional candy trading before saying goodnight.