My house is now overflowing with candy and it's not even Halloween yet! Gracie went to her first trunk or treat on Saturday and came home with two cardboard boxes full of candy and snacks. The funniest part of the weekend was watching my daughter explain to Gracie why she couldn't have her sugary treats for breakfast. Of course, after Gracie ate a few mouth fulls of her scrambled eggs she did have some candy. I also continued my tradition of stealing Halloween candy from my kids. Only this time it was my grand kid. Gracie doesn't like peanut butter so it's only fair that grandpa gets the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, right?
On Saturday I did a live broadcast at Toyota World of Newton. It was very windy so I did the Facebook live video with Wally Darwish inside. It was great to see so many people stop by to say hello. I'm getting much better at my woo who's too. Several customers came over to tell me what a great buying experience they had. Scott from Wantage came by to tell me how much he enjoyed listening in the morning. Thank You Scott.
I visited my son Matt on my way home from Toyota World. I feel very blessed that Matt has kept in touch with several friends from first and second grade. He has been friends with Adam for over 20 years. Adam and his wife Heather are "Family" to us. When I heard they were at Matt's apartment I just had to call and invite myself over. It was great to see Adam and Heather.
The rest of the weekend I tried to relax. My 70's wig for my Halloween costume arrived. It's hard to believe I had that much hair 30 years ago. My son James made fantastic protein waffles in his new waffle iron. They were delicious and healthy. Kim left Sunday morning to visit friends on Long Island. Maddie knows when Kim and Gracie are getting ready to leave. She just sat next to Gracie Sunday morning watching her play. She misses them as much as I do.
On Sunday afternoon I watched The Exorcist and the origional Friday the 13th start to finish on AMC. I don't think I have had a chance to do that since seeing them in a movie theater. Both are still great horror movies.