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Thoughts on Halloween

Thoughts on Halloween

halloweenlastyear(Photo of my kids last Halloween trick-or-treating at the office)

I suppose that whatever your profession, you find yourself viewing life in terms of your day job. Contractors probably do it: “I know why that wall’s not plumb..” Dentists do it, “we only have sugar-free candy in our house.” Heck, for all I know, marine biologists do it …  Though I don’t know how.

Here are a few of the thoughts that ran through my mind when I went trick-or-treating with my kids Thursday:

“Yikes! That broken piece of sidewalk is going to trip someone in the dark.”

And.

“Good grief. Some kid’s going to fall off that porch because it doesn’t have a railing.”

And.

“Glad we raked the leaves off the sidewalk. Somebody’s going to trip on the edge between the sidewalk and lawn here.”

Rebecca J. Rutz
becky@grizzlylaw.com
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