I had so much fun!
I dressed up as Hank, the goalie from the New York Rangers ice hockey team. I had my ice hockey shirt, a helmet and hockey stick and my goalie pads. There was even a goalie net on my wheelchair!
Dad got our house looking all scary and fun, with cobwebs, spiders and scary stuff.
In the afternoon, we were allowed to walk through our community, visiting the houses that had been decorated. We saw lots of people we knew and we saw some people we only speak to at Halloween. It was fun! Everyone was in a happy mood.
Some doors were easy for me to be pushed up to. I loved it when my lolly bucket got filled up with treats. Some doors were a bit trickier for me to get to. My Noisy Sister asked for a treat for me, when I couldn't get to the door. She's so good like that.
Some people walked down their steps, to give me some treats. Some people asked what would be better for me - chocolate or lollies. So many people said Hi.
I really tried hard to say Trick or Treat!
I had so much fun.
Thanks to everyone who came to my house and thanks to everyone who we visited!
I don't want to go to sleep! I am too excited.
See you next year!
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It was fun, having our house looking scary!