I take my iPad and I begin to write down ideas so I could make my Halloween shopping list. I dress up and leave the house in a hurry. I wandered around the city, walking from an end to the other to find the make up we needed, huge pumpkins, all kinds of small scary stuff and even a costume for our little girl Indie. There was no chance of her getting away without a costume on her first Halloween, but the chance of finding a doggy outfit in our city is pretty much zero. I am a little disappointed, and I think Alex is too, we really wanted to dress up our little girl. But, last minute, Alex comes with a really bright idea: “What if we try at H&M Kids?”. I already gave in to the thought that Indie will begin her Halloween night dressed with a drilled sheet, as a wanna be ghost. I didn’t have high hopes about finding something to fit her. As we enter the shop, we see only normal clothes for babies and kids, nothing special. At that moment I start feeling very disappointed, and I say to Alex: “Babe let’s go home, there is nothing to see here, we’re just wasting our time!”. Stubborn as he always is, he ignores me and goes straight to the babies’ section were he finds SUPERMAN pajamas. At that moment we say to each other “ That’s awesome, let’s take it!”
Halloween was not going to end only because the night ended, no way. We couldn’t let all the preparations be in vain.