Monday, October 26, 2009


This year, the girls and I discovered the fun and thrills of ghosting. Ghosting is a fun way to spread the Halloween spirit amongst friends and neighbors. Simply gather a little bag of treats, a picture of a ghost and a copy of the ghosting letter. Then, you sneak over to your neighbor's house, leave the treats on their front porch, ring the door bell and run for your life! The trick (and the fun) is to not get caught!!!

The girls and I had a blast being all sneaky and stealth-like! As if taking a walk in the dark wasn't fun enough, add a little "ding-dong ditch" to make it a memory of a lifetime!!!

You've Been Ghosted!!

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 ghosting 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.

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