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That was most likely the reason why I had no company beyond myself at the moment, but it was also something I wished to change. , Soon enough, the time came to wrap myself up in the paper white sheet and explore the mysterious scene of Halloween. As expected, the air was crisp and cool, every breeze a challenge to keep from shivering like mad. Other kids roamed the streets, being rather close to what was the center of the door-to-door begging of candy. Although, I was more interested in exploring the quiet spots. If it wasn't the most obvious thing about me, I was highly anti-social. ,dating 50+ Columbiaville,flirt for free Villa Nueva,date me Arbutus, It took a bit of wandering, some dodging of little children, and ducking branches from swaying trees until I found the perfect spot. It was quiet, nearly cleared out. There was a bench surrounded by similar areas to just lay back and look up at the moon and stars. 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