My team of copywriters went to work as copycats which basically meant we got to wear all black with a bit of make up and copy people all day. It was awesome. Shout out to @TrippyTS for the amazing idea.
This year was kind of special, though. It was the first year Sam and I decided to stay in—which also meant this was the first year I got to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters. We lured in the children with a candle runway toward the lane-way house. I felt so creepy doing it but it paid off. Not only did we get over 40 kids, we also got several compliments on "the most inventive entrance" from a few potentially-buzzed adults. I obviously took a lot of pride in that.
When I was a kid, I longed to be an adult. Now that I'm here, I realize how right I was. Watching all the kids come up with in their costumes, deciding when I want to go to bed, sharing a night with close friends talking about anything we want, having no cap on candy consumption... it was just magical.