Happy Halloween! (and the porch light rule)

I have to admit, I am a chicken (and have an overly creative imagination.) I can't watch scary movies, I don't like when people wear masks or dress up as anything bloody/dead, and I hate scary music. Naturally, Halloween and I have a love/hate relationship. On one hand, I get a kick out of making and wearing costumes, love miniature Kit Kat bars, and think carving Jack-o-lanterns really is a lot of fun. On the other hand, the TV is flooded with creepy, scary movies (even the ads become scarier!) I apparently attract every mask wearing individual which of course scares me, and without a doubt someone really wants to go to a haunted house and I have to explain (again) that I'm a chicken and can't do that-no matter how fake it looks. What about y'all? Is anyone else easily scared like me? I refuse to believe I'm the only one like this.

porch light rule via me

Anyhow, now that I've expressed all of that, I thought I'd leave you with a little piece of art I made to remind people of the most important "rule" of trick-or-treating- the porch light rule. You know what I'm talking about, right? If the porch light is on, come ask for candy. If the porch light is off, skip that house.Of course then you have "those people" who turn off all their lights except one tiny light right next to their porch and that just throws everyone for a loop. Don't be those people.