If you aren't heading home from work by 3, you'll need two hours to navigate the gridlock.
If you haven't bought at least 100 pieces of candy, you'll run out in the first hour.
If you need to traverse Mt. Vernon Road between Abernathy/Ashford-Dunwoody and Happy Hollow/Winter's Chapel Road . . . good luck.
If your tween has a sleepover guest tonight, it's going to be a loooooonnnnngggg time until bedtime.
If your teen has decided he's too old for trick-or-treating, he may regret his now too-cool and too-old status when little sis comes home with a bulging sack.
If you pay attention, you'll realize that you're saying "say 'thank you'" to your child and "thank you" for your child a kazillion times tonight.
If your child wants the maximum candy payload per street ratio, just about any neighborhood in Dunwoody will scratch that itch. So chances are, your child can range within a half-hour radius of your house and amass all the sweet goodness essential to the holiday.