Sunday, November 1, 2009

Halloween Fail

This was the first Halloween that boyfriend spent here in the US. Back in Brazil, we don't celebrate Halloween like they do here... some people will go to costume parties between mid-October to mid-November, but I guess that's it.
Here in the US people go to town. They decorate their houses with lights, skeletons, graveyards, spiders, spiderwebs, mummies, zombies, pumpkins, scarecrows and so it goes... I decided to be part of that and I put out 4 pumpkins on my front door, a door crown with fall theme and a little scarecrow on the little garden in the front yard.



I was so looking forward to Halloween, I bought about 5 pumpkin carving sets, a booklet with pumpkin designs, and I thought this would be an experience boyfriend would like.

One week before Halloween I get sick, and although I take the week off, I take an extra job because hey - we need the money -, I spend the whole week running around sick, and when I finally stay home to rest I realize it's already Saturday, Oct 31st.

I wake up late, run to the store to buy some candy for the trick-or-treaters and also make some treat bags for my little ones, buy dinner on the way, take treats to my kids and run back home with about 7kg (15lb) of candy and 2 xtra large pizzas.
I was so frustrated that I never even got the time to carve my pumpkins, and on top of it all, boyfriend didn't seem to care at all.

Poured the candy into the cauldron and turned the porch lights on. Nothing. The house was silent, the street was silent. I go upstairs, and finally at around 10pm I hear someone knocking at the door and saying "TRICKS OR TREATS!!!" - it was Brett, our new roommate. He grabbed one piece of candy and went to his room.

What am I gonna do with 15lb of candy now?
Hey, Charlie Brown! You're welcome to come over :(

5 comments:

  1. aaaw... i'm so sorry to hear that... i, too would get disappointed. if only i could go there and take all the candies, Lord knows, i would! lol! anyway, there's still Christmas.. maybe, you'd find a way to give away all those sweets. ^_^

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  2. hahahahha booh... now you have to eat all the candy yourself! :P

    too bad you're so far away, I'd come over to eat it with you hihi! I'm kinda missing you bloggie friend!!!


    loves

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  3. i see twix in there! :D if i could i'd have come help you eat it!
    your little scarecrow is actually so cute, not scary, just really cute ^^

    so you've been to sweden? i heard that the guys there are really hot!is that true???

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  4. @i_wander: no worries, boyfriend is taking care of it. there's hardly any candy left!

    @toothfairy: if i ate all the candy, then i'd have to ask you to check for cavities wouldn't i? hum... i see how u get your patients now! haha... i miss being more active too, i promise, i'm trying to get better!!!

    @manju: there are some cute guys in sweden, but there are also some pretty creepy hahaha... i had the weirdest boyfriend (from sweden), after him, i swore i'd go for the national product always. culture clash in a relationship can be hard to deal with.

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  5. I awlays keep a healthy supply of rocks handy for kids who don't put any effort into their costumes.

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