rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Totally forgot this was Halloween. That's what happens when you live in a place with no trick-or-treaters or drag queens. It's raining again anyway, so anybody who went out would be getting wet. But maybe I should celebrate in some small way. Maybe I'll eat that Hershey bar I've got in the refrigerator (it was summer when I bought it, so I put it in the refrigerator not to melt and then forgot about it until now.) Or I could break open my last roll of Necco wafers. I don't know when I'll be able to get back to Kmart— the only place I know of that has them anymore— for more, though.

Plus I have no costume. Halloween candy is always more festive when one is wearing a costume. I suppose I could dig out one of my old stocking caps and pretend I'm dressed as a Canadian. I haven't worn them since I started buying hoodies, but I think I've got one or two stuffed into a drawer somewhere. There's nothing else I can think of. Don't want to cut holes in any of my bedsheets for a ghost costume, and ghost is about the dullest costume anybody can wear anyway. Ah, hell with it. I'll just eat some chocolate chips and watch television in my regular clothes.

Happy Halloween. Goodbye, October.

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