Yes, I’ll admit it. I like Halloween. I’ve always liked it. Costumes, scary movies, shopping bags filled with candy, silly parties — what’s not to like? Last year Halloween in New York City was a casualty of Hurricane Sandy. The annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade and the New York City Marathon simply had to be canceled. At the time, those cancellations were the least of my worries, as I live in the part of the city left without power (no lights, heat or hot water) for five days. But now, I’ve got a residual yen for a particularly Happy Halloween. Last year’s candy is long gone, but my desire to celebrate has doubled.
What to do? Here’s my checklist:
Find a good party. Decide on a costume. Buy some candy. And spread the Halloween happiness!
I’ve started the last one already with Halloween queries on my Candy’s Monsters Facebook page. Through Halloween, I’ll be asking about your best, worst, scariest, silliest and most monstrous Halloween stories and memories. I’ve already started with candy (of course). So visit, comment & LIKE the Candy’s Monsters Facebook page!
More MONSTROUS FUN is on the calendar!