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October 25, 2017

Good Morning Groanies,

10dollarsHalloween is just a few days away. I'm really excited to take the boys 'Trick 'r Treating'. Jack and Sean are dressing up as Yoshi from the Super Mario games and a Vampire, respectively. They both look awesome. We're going to get some great pictures this year.

I usually dress up, too, but I just can't think of what to wear while we scour the neighborhood for enough candy to give us teeth that would setup a dental practice for life.

I'm usually really clever when it comes to costumes, but this year I got nothing. I don't want to buy a costume. I want to make something with random stuff I can find around the house. I could put on a pair of tighty whities with a file folder shoved down them and go as a briefcase. No?

Stacy did come up with something simple. She said, "Well, you're a fairly hairy guy. So just take your shirt off and go as the Wolfman, Bigfoot, or Chewbacca."

She's a genius. But I'll have to shave just a little so people will know that it's me under there. I don't want any trouble.

Groaningly yours,
Steve


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