I said it.
I really do.
It's like a day people think they can be crazy and that's it okay.
We only had one set of Trick-or-Treat-ers. Rude Little Rug-Rats is what they were. "But I don't like that kind!!"
Really? You come to my house and barley even say, "trick-or treat!" and you want to complain about what I give you? You're lucky I even opened the door!!
Because the plan to not. I didn't buy any candy - not even to donate to the church's event (bad church member!). But Melissa decided late in the day to not go
She didn't find a lot....some left-over Christmas peppermints, two bags of candy from when we were "Boo-ed". Not a lot.
Then that little Rug Rat had the nerve to complain? I really should have not answered the door.
But what really drives me crazy are the people who think normal rules are out the door. As I was driving home from picking up the boys at church (Melissa did help out at the church,but came home earlier), I saw a truck with several boys hanging out of the run-roof and sitting on top of the truck!
Free candy should not a license for stupidity.