Tuesday, October 21, 2008

We got ghosted

As soon as night fell last night, our door bell rang. However, there was no one at the door. We found this picture:

And this bag of goodies: (some of the cookies were already eaten by Aaron by the time I got out the camera)
This poem was on the piece of paper in our bag:

Late last night, we left you a treat.
The tradition is fun, one we hope you'll repeat.

Take the ghost and pin it on your door,
to let others know, you need ghosted no more.

Now it's your duty to pass on the surprise,
to two more families, we must advise.

Gather some treats and deliver them soon,
within two nights, under the light of the moon.

Include a ghost with each package you give,
along with this poem for the tradition to live.

Now, isn't that the cutest/most fun thing ever? It's like May day, but with cookies and beer! We kind of have an idea of who our victims will be, but I have to make sure to pick people that will continue the fun. I love holiday games. There needs to be more games like this after grade school.

This might be something fun to do in a certain neighborhood in Basehor. Just an idea. :)

Oh and I need your help. Aaron and I have to come up with a costume for the Halloween theme party a week from Friday. The theme is 60's and 70's. Everyone else is going as hippies, go-go dancers and pimps. I think we need to be something completely original and awesome. Ideas are welcome.


Travis said...

You could go as Vietnam Soldiers. You could go as Charlie's Angels. You could go as babies strapped with dynamite. (It was the baby boomer generation.) You could go as The Beatles. You could go as Pet Rocks. You could go as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. You could go as a Peace Sign. Each of you could be a finger. If you can find a giant hand costume.

Cori said...

Oh, I've already been "booed" by my neighbors. Cute little ghost sack filled with peanut-free treats. :)