|Reviewed by Janet Parker
|Man, I'm really late on this one! It is so cute. I really do think you have what it takes to write a children's book! It's your "happy-go-lucky" attitude. Thanks for a great poem.|
|Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart
|Getting upset tummies was part of the fun back then. I remember being able to roam around till midnight when I was a kid. Nowadays, kids can't trick or treat after the sun sets. I know it's for the children's good. It's just a sad irony when safety concerns emasculate a fun holiday. There's always gotta be one sicko out there somewhere to ruin everybody else's good time. As for your title, it's nice to see somebody else who appreciates Ogden Nash. Liquor is quicker, doncha know.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Cute and delightfully expressed.|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Too cute, Pamela! Enjoyed the nostalgia in this one; thanks for sharing! LOL (((HUGS))) and much love, your Texas friend, Karen Lynn. :D|
|Reviewed by Joni Stewart-Hague
|hahahahaha....this is delightful -- flashback, indeed ! Well done. (I'm not admitting to the "tricks", I'm much too old for paddling now.
BUT, one is NEVER too old for the treats, yes ? ::grin::
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Very cute write, Pamela! Hope my wife remembers to buy me some Pepto! (For the leftover candy - you know what I mean.)|
|Reviewed by Kate Clifford
|So it was you that removed the outhouse Jerry!
wonderful halloween write Pamela :-) I can feel my sweet tooth acting up.
|Reviewed by Pamela Kimmell
|Yeah well don't turn around Mr. Bolton - there just might be someone behind you with a BIG OLD PADDLE!!!! Glad I gave you "good" flashbacks...haha. Happy Halloween.......|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Flashback! Flashback! Arkansas. Small town. Trick or treating. Turning outhouses over (yes, outhouses). I hated the treats, like doing the tricks. Flashback! Flashback! Thank you Pamela, you made me think as a kid again. It's better this time, no one is here to paddle by butt for all the meanness I got into.|