Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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October 26, 2012

‘Twick or tweat’ is really hard to beat

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Little Red Riding Hood kept looking over her shoulder for the big bad wolf before I informed her that old cuss had been chased outside by Darth Vader and two green monsters.

A queen bee, a bumblebee and a butterfly were buzzing around the food table before Snow White quietly shooed them away.

A little bearded guy was muttering something as he trailed along behind her. It must have been Grumpy.

I share this account of a fun-filled kids costume party to remind all of us to be extra cautious on Halloween as we travel amid these precious little characters and many others who will be ringing our doorbells and shouting:

Twick or tweat!

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Keith Kappes is a columnist for The Morehead (Ky.) News. Contact him at kkappes@cnhi.com.

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