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HANDY WITH DO IT YOURSELF MATERIALS? YOU DO NOT NEED TO BUY EXPENSIVE COSTUMES TO MAKE A STATEMENT. UNLESS YOU SEE ONE YOU HAVE TO HAVE. THERE ARE MANY IDEAS FOR A SCARY OR SIMPLE DO IT YOURSELF OUTFIT. TRY PUTTING ON FOUR GRASS SKIRTS, STARTING WITH ONE AROUND THE WAIST, THEN YOUR BUST, THEN AROUND YOUR HEAD. PUT A TOP HAT ON AND A PAIR OF LARGE SUNGLASSES. WOW!! THAT'S A LOOK FOR A FUN NIGHT AND NO ONE WILL BE ABLE TO TELL WHO YOU ARE. I SEEN THE GRASS SKIRTS AT THE $1.00 STORE ALONG WITH THE GLASSES AND VARIOUS HATS. OR TRY THE COLORED WIGS THE STORE HAS.
It's time to plan your Halloween Event. Having a spooky party or costume party. A yard Haunt or a community play. How about a neighborhood home decorating contest! WOW all great ideas. Choose what you like best and let's work out the details. Or make suggestions of your own. Last year one of my clients had a party in the Graveyard. Whoa, that's really having guts, even though her and her guests had a blast you should clear this with the city planning office. Some folks take a risk but you don't need to. Besides I am not going to disrupt the resident's peace there. What are your suggestions for a safe and fun Halloween? I really want to hear from all of you.
First set the mood. Clean up and keep your lights low. Put on some soft Jazz or music you like just keep it down, not to disturb your neighbors. Make sure your guests have ample places to safely park and enter your abode. At the grocery store pick up these items. 1lb. of ground meat. or ground turkey, or ground pork.2 cans of cut corn, buy the frozen pkg if cheaper. 2 cans of stewed tomatoes, 1 onion. 1 box of jiffy muffin mix. In a aluminum pan from the $1.00 store.Dice the onion very fine and mix in while you. brown your meat .