Halloween seems to look different every year. For several years we celebrated at a regular party hosted by our friends at the 709 house. We knew we’d always find the annual costume contest, karaoke, limbo, and more food than anyone should consume in one evening. Once a good handful of those attending started having little ones and there were only like seven us of at the party we realized a new plan was in order. Each year from there has been different–one year we got together and watched the the scariest movies we could handle–“The Goonies” and “Monster House”–while we took turns passing out candy. Another year we pushed our Halloween partying off a week and then got together for a killer (pun intended) Murder Mystery dinner. Last year John and I spent Halloween in Taupo, New Zealand indulging in New Zealand lollies. This year brought forward a new idea… cosmic bowling. Our costumes? We all went as ourselves at about the age of 75, thanks to a bag of wigs found by friends Jonathan and Rachel at a sale held by a local retirement home.