Once there was a girl who put her fairy wings on upside down. The other fairies made fun of her, so she decided to create another fairy that had upside down wings just like her.
She waved her magic wand and…
The girl’s wings were green and the new fairy’s wings were blue, but they each had glow necklaces to match their wings and they were very, very beautiful.
And after they admired their wings from all different angles…
…they lived happily ever after.
But first, they went trick-or-treating with some friends.
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Owen loved trick-or-treating. We went around the old ‘hood with K, her kids, K’s sister (Laurie Loo) and her daughter (Little E).
Little E was dressed as one of Tinkerbell’s cohorts, Rosetta (red fairy).
Laurie Loo was dressed as Fawn (orange fairy).
What we didn’t know was that this, by default, made me Tinkerbell (green fairy) and Owen…
We had unknowingly completed the set.
Once he got outside, Owen could have cared less what you called him. He was just so happy to be going for a walk, to be with people and, of course, to be the center of attention. He trotted joyfully next to Baby Blue, aka the Ghostbuster, and those two were the first to every house. While BB rang the doorbell with purpose, Owen waited excitedly to see who would come to the door, tail wagging with polite curiosity.
Once the candy was passed out, he was happy to move down the driveway and on to the next house.
Little E kept things interesting by yelling “Ga! Ga!” with her three-year old lungs at every stop. Each time Laurie Loo told her, “Say ‘trick-or-treat’!”, Little E replied matter-of-factly, “I’m going to say, ‘ga ga’.” And she did.
Here we are at the end of the trail: