^ We learned our candy lesson 3 years ago when we ended up running out of candy, and having to make a quick run to buy more Halloween night.
We now buy roughly 400 pounds of candy every year for Halloween, and we usually only end up with a small bowl left over... The left overs give my partner snacks on for a month or two and then it's gone!
I basically live in a retirement complex (it's not actually one, but I don't think there's a single tenant who isn't at least half my age), there were no kids around. The only Halloween decoration I had was a light up corgi dressed as a bumblebee. Yes that exists.
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