Why did it have to be so boiling on Halloween night this year? It was absolutely cool and crisp throughout most of October. Then, in the Last yearof October, the people I was with and I ended up getting a miniature heatwave. As I was getting our kids ready to go out trick-or-treating, I checked the temperature and I was astounded! It was 72° outside! It's not even that boiling on Summer nights around here, occasionally! Worst of all, I had chosen a costume a couple weeks prior without thinking about the occasion that it was going to be boiling outside. It was a big, old, furry gorilla suit! My kids thought it was hilarious, despite the fact that I dreaded going outside and leaving our air-conditioned home far more than the way I looked. Still, I am a firm believer that Halloween can be one of the most fun and exciting holidays in the year for kids, so I resolved to take our kids out trick-or-treating, despite how swelteringly boiling and boiling I would end up being traipsing around the neighborhood with them. It's not adore I was going to let them go all by themselves at this age! Sure enough, there wasn't even a slight breeze outside and it was boiling and muggy, but quite often, when the people I was with and I got to a door and rang the doorbell, I felt a rush of cool air hit our gorilla mask as the door opened, and I absolutely wished that I could be inside in the air conditioner handing out candy adore these other people! However, our kids showed no sign of flagging energy, and their candy sacks were not even quite halfway full, so it was still going to be a long night!

I finally got a opportunity to get a fine night’s rest, and it wae ruined!

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