Taking my daughter out for her "first" Trick Or Treating, (now that she can walk on her own, say "trick or treat," and actually remember it), then coming home for Walking Dead and our family tradition of firing flaming jack-o-lanterns into the lake at midnight with the trebuchet. Best. Holiday. Ever.
Walking Dead here too. I got the Left 4 Dead bundle on sale on Steam earlier this month and I'm really in the mood for a show that's basically "Left 4 Dead: The Series(except with undead instead of Infected)".
88 what're you going to dress your daughter as? A Jawa? :P
It's just a Tinkerbell costume that we tore up a bit, broke a wing so it sort of dangles half-off, and all that. We're also going to apply a false jaw so it looks like she has her bottom lip ripped off, as well as a large piece of skull jutting through her forehead. We did her up in the whole thing yesterday and took pictures at the pumpkin patch. The mix of people's reactions went from totally amazed and overjoyed that a little girl was in that get-up, to bat-shit angry and shocked. One lady approached me in the parking lot after I snapped Samantha into her car seat, and said I was the worst parent she had ever seen, and I was going to Hell. Man, I love this holiday.
It was. I met my parents there, and my mom took an iphone pic from down a stall. It's just 6'3'' me smirking with my hands in my pockets, and some 5' tub of crap point her finger at my face with her mouth wide open. You can practically hear the zealotry. I'm thinking of making it my Facebook profile picture.
On a somewhat related note, I just found out about an hour ago that the kids we're going trick-or-treating with will be dressed as Salacious Crumb and the Twi'Lek Slave Dancer, and their Dad, (my good bud), will be Jabba. I almost fainted from how awesome that is going to be. That sort of thing is to be expected when the guy is the biggest SW fan I've ever met, and who names their firstborn child Luke.