Fright Night!

Yes, tonight is Fright Night. So you better be careful and look around each corner as you walk down the road because you never know what might be hiding on the other side.

You might be stalked by something mysterious in the shadows behind you. It could be a ghoul, goblin, vampire, witch, werewolf, monster, or ghost.

Make sure you have plenty of light with you so you can see what is sneaking up on you. Is it a child in a costume, or is it an actual creature of the night?

One prominent place you might want to avoid is the cemeteries. Forsyth zombies come alive, and they will be stalking about out for fresh brains. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to become one of the creepy, creepy zombies.

The thing you want to do is hit every house with a light on. So, you can collect all the wonderful candy. But you want to make sure to check your candy. To make sure there are no puncture holes in it, or you will be sick if not dead.

Delicious candy in hand. You might want to eat only a few pieces at a time. Otherwise, you’ll end up with a massive belly ache.

As you venture out of your home this Halloween night, remember to be safe from all the freight that might happen this very night.

Happy Holloween, my ghoulish friends.

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What Are Your Plans For Holloween?

As Holloween approaches, the number of cases of Covid on the rise. Will you brave the crowd of Trick-or-Treat this year?

Here in Texas, I have heard Trick or Treat will occur in one of the larger neighborhoods. There is usually an abundance of Trick-or-Treaters due to the number of houses within the subdivision. It makes it easy for parents to take their children around door to door. It is a reasonably secure environment for safety.

Also, many churches will have Holloween functions for the kids to attend this year. As for how large of a crowd will attend. I am not sure. Most of the time, they too have a large number of people.

Then again, you could always host a Holloween party at your home. It will allow you to regulate the number of people who come in contact with your family. However, the downside is the time of planning and the cost of hosting such an event.

As much as I would love for things to be normal during this time of year, all the festivities there is to enjoy. I fear we may have to curve the way we celebrate the holidays until this Pandemic is alleviated.

Whatever you chose, please be safe. Observe your kids, especially when you are in large crowds. There have been numerous of Human Trafficking going on.

Stay safe, Happy Holloween.

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Happy Halloween!

I love this time of year when weather turns cooler, the leaves change color, hot Apple Cider, and hot Chocolate. Being from West Virginia, now living in Texas for thirteen years, the heat is enough to make you appreciate the cooler weather. No, I still haven’t acclimated to the weather here. I love to see all the pumpkins carved with different faces, the different decorations that people use to do up their yard, plus all the kids in their costumes that they’ve chosen it’s inspiring.

I am embarking on another new journey this year will be my first NaNoWriMo (National November Writing Month). If you don’t know about this challenge, well it’s a challenge to see if you can write 50,000 words in one month. I am so excited to see if I can pull this off. I will keep you updated as to how I am doing in this challenge.

I have been working hard on this first book, so stay tuned there will be some fun to come.