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Great points. Thank you Aliasis!
Yes, I think the horror films and scary rides help us feel we can go through terrible experiences and come out ok on the other side.
Keith Abt says
Very cute and succinct. Thanks Keith
Lisa A. Combs-Creech says
I love the family-themed costumes. I was at Downtown Disney last week and talked to a worker there who mentioned the best part of Halloween at Disney was seeing the families walk in as characters from a Disney movie! Thanks for your comment!
MizBejabbers. I love the picture you're portraying of Mom's sewing costumes. That was my favorite part. I made a Snow White costume for my daughter (those sleeves are really labor intensive!) and Dyna Girl with a cape, etc. It WAS fun!
Michaela, Whoooo. Where are Ghostbusters when you need them? Thanks for the comment :)
Vladimir Karas says
Vladimir, Great points.I love that u chose the "F" word 'n concept of how things get started. I have a penchant for using that word b/c I worked in a high school; it lost all obscene meaning for me. Using it at 70 helps me express depth of emotion
Sounds like your really have fun with it, Grace. I however, can't risk "crossing the line" to the dark side. I might not get back :) (tee hee).
Carol Clarke Reed says
Glenis Rix says
Halloween actually predates any Christian celebration, it was a pagan festival called Samhain. In the US, if you don't want to give candy, you just shut off your front light. But it's fun to see costumes and give candy to kids, I recommend trying it!
Very interesting Glenis. My mother didn't like the idea of me asking for candy and she was terribly frightened because we lived in an apartment building and the news at the time reported razor blades in treats. But I eventually was allowed to go.
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