Posts : 18 Join date : 2008-10-23 Location : Australia
hello Shelagh and Ann and anyone to come. Ann I did finish up looking at Taggart and then Murphy's Law. I like to look at the Bill, and other police shows. We do no get much Trick and Treat in Australia,and we have very few children in the Street I live in, I was a bit worried last night as they were children I did not know and were very noisy. but hopefuly did no damage. Do not get bothered here like we did in England with Carol Singers,maybe because our weather at Christmas time lol In England did not mind the church organised ones that knew the words. lol Never got used to Christmas in hot weather, not at all the same to me. Better get moving get my breakfast before the house viewing. Best Wishes to all. Margaret
Posts : 23 Join date : 2008-10-23 Age : 58 Location : Sydney, Australia
Meg: I heard a small group of teenagers in my street last night. I closed the front door & ignored them when they rang the doorbell "trick & treating"...what on earth would I be able to give them?...I didn't have any lollies on hand & being here then on my own I was a bit worried as it was pitch black outside last night...it's just not done here in Australia...Halloween. I too was concerned that maybe something would get damaged by them running riot in the street. Everything seems to be ok though.
Thankgoodness it's cooler here today...only around 20 instead of yesterdays 36+...think I'm getting too old for the really steamy humid days...hahaha