I took the day off from work so I could pass out candy and hose tricker treaters down with silly string. We're making quite a night of it. The in-laws are coming over for free lasagna, and a friend or two may stop by (alas hazelrah1 can't make it). Anyone interested in learning why my father-in-law is the Archie Bunker to my Mike Stivic is welcome to drop in, just mind the jack o'lanterns on the front porch.
It's not all play and no work for this boy, though. I'm taking advantage of an extra writing day this week to get some more stuff completed and out the door, including an article for Gwinnett Business Journal. I feel as if I should be watching movies all day (Night of the Living Dead is on the Skiffy Channel right now as I type this), but as usual, I've got too much to do. Though I have been trying to get into the spirit (no pun intended) by reading Ray Bradbury's The Halloween Tree (the movie version may get popped into the ol' VCR later this afternoon.
Happy Hallowe'en, everyone. And if you see that woman who's trying to ban Harry Potter, tell her I said...