While we were sitting and looking at the box of cake mix and can of icing that was to be my sister's birthday cake and consequently never became my sister's birthday cake on Halloween, my mother told us a story about our grandmother. She said that in her later years, a couple of Maw's friends came over on Halloween wearing masks. My grandmother said that they had scared her, because they came over all "dough faced." I like odd Southern terms, as I grew up being called "diddle" and "punkin" by beloved relatives. I did a little research on the term "dough face." Okay, I googled the term; no need to pretend that I went to some library. It seems as though Southern children, at some point, liked to take bread dough and put it on their faces to scare one another. They made weird faces out of the dough and liked to look in the mirror. They didn't sell a lot of masks at the non-existent Wal-Mart, I suppose. I'm pretty sure we did this with Play-Doh, so I will now refer to people wearing a mask as "Play-Doh faced."