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Since Hurricane Sandy had pretty much ravaged our area and everyone's still without power, we weren't expecting any of the kids in our neighborhood to visit for trick-or-treating this Halloween. I felt pretty bad for all the younger kids in my neighborhood, having to deal with all this on a special day.
So dad and I went around and dropped off little gift bags for the families with kids (or at least the families we know personally). It's like trick-or-treating, only BACKWARDS.
It felt good doing something for them. ^w^ Also any excuse to run about in my new wolf hat, lawl.