trick or treat
II grew up in the 70s and it was great. I had more freedom as a kid then than most kids have today.
"I’ll be carrying for sure, I’m not leaving to chance."
Some people just take the whole "trick" or treat thing a bit too seriously.
The drugs' side effects include nausea, tremors and suicidal thoughts.
It's Halloween, and the night cares not if middle age has us squinting and blinking to make out the date on our calendar. Grab your drugstore cheaters and you'll see trick or treat night circled as clearly as before you had cataracts. Though my body has aged, my spirit has not, and I still look forward to All Hallows' Eve with anticipation.
Halloween reminds us that we are fragile mortals, and that we must cling to each other like life depends on it, because it does.
This year will be another year of liberal candy distribution. Maybe it won't always be like this. And maybe I'm making it harder for the Halloween gatekeepers to get their point across, and yeah, maybe society needs such people. I suppose I'm glad we have them. But I'm even more glad I'm not one of them. Happy Halloween, anyone.
Ultimately, Halloween (and other scary experiences) make us feel completely alive in a split second -- like a wake up call