yep. already got my decorations out, and horror movies planned to watch. no candy just yet, but soon, before all the good stuff is taken. love this time of year.
We don't do Halloween anymore. Our neighborhood used to attract kids from all over town because it was considered a "safe" neighborhood for the kids to go trick or treat, but they don't come anymore. I guess parents direct their children to Halloween parties now because it has just gotten too dangerous for them to trick or treat.
We are planning a disco party on Halloween this year, where people can dress up if they want to. It is something different for us older people to do.
depends on what you mean by 'ready.' halloween is my favorite holiday so i'm always ready for it but if you mean getting your house decorated and everything, unfortunately not. i've just been too busy lately. but hopefully soon.
Yes I am. This year I thought I should be practical and do something not everyone else usually does. A few months back I purchased an inexpensive box of crayons. I grouped the crayons by three and each pack of three I scotch taped them. Instead of the typical and usually pricey halloween candy, I opted for this alternative.
I actually have this burning desire to dress up as a one of those creepy aliens with the big heads and big eyes, but going upstate (NY) for that weekend and I'm afraid if I walk around like that at night I'll get shot! ;-)
I'm ready! Planning to be in Disney World for Halloween. Can't wait to see all the things they are cooking. I know that Harry Potter is suppose to be a big thing this year.
Yes, I am always loaded up with candy waiting for those little Trick-or-Treaters to come knocking on the door.
by milleramanda53 6 years ago
Do you still take your kids trick or treating? Why or why not?
by Ann810 6 years ago
Do you prefer Trick-or-treating on Halloween or a family get-together with games and treats?
by Elaineaus 8 years ago
If you live in the same neighborhood your children grew up in, a lot of your neighbors might actually like seeing your teens having some good clean fun. On the other hand, if you think your teens are some of those that might be standing in line at the grocery store with a dozen or so eggs,...
by Ralph Schwartz 13 months ago
What is your best memory of Halloween?Think back on all the Halloween parties, trick or treating, or TP'ing the house of a "friend" - what was your best memory? Let's forget about politics, current events, or page views for a while and just have some fun reminiscing.
by Laura Brown 6 years ago
Is it OK for an adult to dress up and go out trick or treating?I don't mean adults taking their kids around or young adults enjoying their last Halloween. What do you think about adults who trick or treat, looking for candy on Halloween night?
by Money Fairy 6 years ago
I know parents with children and familys at home and school age still celebrate but I was just wondering if anyone else still celebrates Halloween and if so what do you do to celebrate? Haunted houses? haloweened themed parties? Just curious
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