I have no big plans for the holiday. When you live out in a rural area, where houses are far apart and it gets dark really early, you don't get a lot of kids trick-or-treating. Nothing like when I was a kid and lived in a complex of garden apartments. Halloween was a huge deal. And, if we hit every apartment, we had enough candy to last until Christmas. Really.
This is a funny story. Our goodie bags would be so loaded after an hour or so of trick-or-treating that we'd stop back to our own apartment to unload. My mom always thought she was buying enough candy but would always run out. So, when we stopped home we'd quickly sort our goodies and give her the things we didn't like. And she'd give them out to the next round of kids that came to our door.
I always remember it being freezing cold on Halloween night but I usually dressed as a gypsy so I'd layer on more clothes or wear long underwear underneath it all. There were some kids who had store-bought costumes but we always made our own. I wonder if kids even do that these days.