Alright, here’s a quick summary.
Friday night we took Anthony out trick-or-treating around the neighborhood with the local kiddies. We shared some goodies at a neighbor’s house when it was all said and done, and I couldn’t help but notice the lack of people out this year. Maybe it’s because this Hallowe’en was on a Friday and they all went out partying but in either case, we made it home with all sorts of booty, which Ann and I are still “testing” if you know what I mean.
Saturday saw us in Los Angeles, or Olvera Street to be exact. I had never gone to see any of the Dia de los Muertos decorations so I figured since the day falls on a Saturday this year, we’re gonna check it out. We did and I definitely wasn’t disappointed. We ate some fantastic Mexican food, ate some Pan de Muerte, and bought Anthony some Mexican Jumping Beans. He was also more than entertained on the train ride to Union Station, which is directly across the street from Olvera Street. Then we saw some dude lying next a trash can in a pool of his own vomit. (I love L.A.!) Pictures can be seen here, but not of Vomit Man.
Sunday we stayed home and had lunch with my mom and Ann’s parents.
And after that we cleaned up the backyard and nearly burned down the house. It’s a long story I’d rather not get into, so I’ll leave it there.
So…how did yours go?