Saturday, October 31, 2015

Have a spooktacular day!

Witches and goblins and all kinds of spooky - all fine symbols of the day, but remember to not be offensive. Halloween should be an enjoyable time for everyone, not a time for self-hate or anger because of prejudice

Over the years, Halloween celebrations have changed a lot. It seems more adults get involved these days. The trunk or treat celebrations, where cars are parked together with open trunks decorated for Halloween and candy available for kids, have become rather popular, and that is a very nice thing. Oh and you can still trick-or-treat for UNICEF!

Remember to be safe too. When the sun goes down tonight, be particularly carefully around traffic. Eating candy or other treats? Make sure your source is a trusted one. Sadly, there are still folks who try to trick with our sweets.

Oh and there is good news, at least for most of the country. Tonight is when Daylight Savings Time ends, so before you go to sleep, be sure to set your clock

Have a safe and happy celebration.

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