If I'm not mistaken, the activity in the house means it's getting close to the time of year where people get into funny clothes, put colors on their fur and faces, and go begging for candy. I'm not really sure why they go through all this trouble to beg for something good to eat - I do it every day, and usually get something!
But, nonetheless, they do. Girl, Boy and Little Girl are all planning what to wear, what to put on their fur and faces, and how much candy they are going to get. They seem to enjoy making each other yell really loudly, and then there is the running around the house, and the inevitable floor-wrestling. When I join in, naturally, they seem to think it's funny, but who cares? I get to run around the house and floor-wrestle!
They take pieces out of the big orange things they got from the farm, and put lights inside them, then put them outside. They're too hot to investigate, so I just look at them and they grin crazily at me. People are strange sometimes. The Girl and Mom pick out their favorite Halloween Classy Collar for me, and I wear it to meet everyone. Gorgeous, as usual. :)
Then, the night comes, and the doorbell starts ringing. The Mom holds me while the Dad gives out candy to the other kids that are begging. I think if you encourage their bad behavior, they will continue doing it, or at least that's what I've always heard! Regardless, doorbells ring, candy is given to kids, and even though some look completely unlike people (I even saw a person dresed like a DOG!!), they still keep coming.
Finally, Girl, Boy, and Little Girl come back some with pillowcases full of candy, and I don't get ANY. Talk about unfair! But, I did get a lot of good treats today since I was so good, and that's all that really matters. That, and a good family's love. Can't get better than that!
Peace out, and Happy Halloween, Pups!