Here we are, tipping over into the double digit dates for the month of October. This month is flying by (maybe because I’m elbow deep in edits along with my day job and a house/pet sitting gig this coming week). Is the month moving as fast for you?
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I personally don’t celebrate Halloween, don’t decorate, or hand out candy. My kids grew up knowing our reasons for not celebrating and why.
I don’t know about other people; maybe some hand out candy or decorate but don’t go all & maybe some people do nothing or go all out. I suppose it depends on what you believe or your personal convictions. I don’t think one way is wrong or right, as long as we know the truth of what Halloween means. At least that’s my opinion anyway
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Suzie Waltner says
I tend to be an all or nothing depending on the year celebrator. Guess it just depends on my mood and what I have going on during that time 🙂
Caryl Kane says
I don’t celebrate Halloween.
Natalya Lakhno says
We don’t celebrate Halloween, don’t decorate, and don’t participate.
I’m in the nothing camp… now I don’t have kids myself, might be a bit different if I did.
Chanel M. says
I completely agree. Halloween is definitely an all-or-nothing camp. I don’t celebrate it myself or participate in any way. I rather enjoy fall without any Halloween attachment.
I don’t celebrate at all unless there’s a party or something. No kids around. Might dress up this year.