Halloween: What it Means to me

I remember my first horror film, I was four, and I stumbled upon A Nightmare on Elm Street. I had fear instilled in me but a curiosity that I cannot explain. That’s when my love of horror and all things spooky began. Ever since horror movies and experiencing putting on a Dalmatian costume at the age of 4, Halloween has always been something that I enjoyed. Walking in the cold writing an essay help https://bonusfamilies.com/lecture/difference-between-thesis-and-theme/21/ https://pittsburghgreenstory.com/newyork/phd-thesis-defense-presentation-tips/15/ best phd thesis proposal example http://almadenyoga.com/clinic/best-place-to-buy-generic-viagra-forum/65/ go https://healthimperatives.org/rxstore/cheep-generic-viagra/71/ free prescription viagra write my paper for me today http://bookclubofwashington.org/books/best-essay-writing-website/14/ psychology essay questions http://mechajournal.com/alumni/equivalent-fractions-homework-help/12/ swot analysis research paper source url how to delete email from iphone 7 viagra cialis london kamagra click here should i take viagra or levitra postgraduate online university coursework newcastle offer popular personal essay editing website online normalax liquide nolvadex online no prescription go to link cornell mfe resume book source site how to write chemistry lab report how to write working thesis click source url mark his essay https://healthimperatives.org/rxstore/is-viagra-covered-by-medicare/71/ Buffalo, NY weather leaves crunching as we ran the block to get candy, then sorting it as we watched a horror movie marathon on AMC. Now, as a daycare teacher, it brings out the small child in me when I see young trick-or-treaters in their costumes and engaging in similar traditions that I have done. –Sarah Gregory

‪ Halloween, to me, is watching the Evil Dead on Halloween Eve. Getting cold walking around the streets, because despite the kids turning blue, they want to collect more candy to fill their buckets. If we have a party it is loads of decorations, making a Shrek Punch with all the different spirits we have with a splash of orange juice, and trays of shots. Then watch as the chaos reigns. If we don’t have a party its a horror marathon while eating the sweets that the kids don’t like and whatever the trick or treaters didn’t take.-Phillip Rogers

Halloween 1988 kicked off my love for the holiday. We had moved to Sydney Australia from Birmingham, England, in September, and I was a hugely depressed child. Inside I was crying to go home, but I always tried to help my mum and dad feel I was actually okay. I didn’t fit in at school (I hated my first Aussie school), and I had no friends other than my two Brothers and my only cousin. So when mum surprised us with this little makeshift party in the apartment, I was happy again. I loved spooky stuff as a kid, and this was such a happy memory after a month of upheaval. So from then on, I always felt excited about Halloween. I raised my two now adult kids to love it too, and although my mum passed away on Halloween night in 2014, I know she wants me to treasure the holiday always..-Michelle “Midi” Pfiefer

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