Fast forward to last week, when we arrived home from school to find a gift bag by our front door. It was a bag of treats! I was so excited, as I am just getting used to living in a neighborhood full of lawns, trees, kids playing, and all of that fun stuff. Who had left it? What was in it? What glorious person dropped off this bag of treats at our door? Turns out we had been "Booed". For those of you unfamiliar with this term, it does not, as it turns out, have any relation to Kyle Bush during driver introductions at a NASCAR race. It does have to do with leaving treats for your neighbors and then passing on the magic. (You can imagine my thoughts when I put 2+2 together and understood the confused look on the neighbor girl's face).
This letter accompanied the gift bag, which was filled with Halloween brownie mix, a candy apple kit, a glow stick, and other assorted goodies.
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I gathered some cute, Halloween inspired baking supplies, along with a cookie for good measure. The claw bottle opener on the bottom right is spooky and kind of goes along with the rest of the goodies that follow.
|A bottle of wine - get it? Ravenswood, with it's creepy Raven on the label?|
Along with the claw ("The Clawww" - sorry, I am a mom and I keep picturing Toy Story 3 when I write that) bottle opener, I picked up these skull and crossbone wine stoppers and tied them to the bottles.
|Creepy yet cute|
|Don't judge me, my gifts are usually impeccably wrapped.|
Go Boo someone! (besides Kyle Busch).