Cookies at Kroger
For whatever reasons, Halloween is a controversial “holiday.” You have some people who use it for bad, ugly, downright stupid behavior – and because of these morons, you have some people who declare the entire day “evil.”
As for me, I’ve always thought that (like everything else), Halloween is what you make it. I grew up in a Christian home and my husband and I have always created a Christian home for our daughters.
In this home, Halloween was always just a day of candy, make believe, and dress up. Nothing sinister. Nothing creepy. Certainly nothing evil.
Unless of course, one of her sisters stole a piece of Brittany’s candy… then things got absolutely sinister until they gave it back!
I can hear her now:
“MOMMMMMY!!! She took my candy!”
“But, you have hundreds left, baby.”
“But I wanted THAT one most!!!”
There’s No Age Limit on Fun
I think of Halloween as a day that makes kids (of all ages) happy. And in that spirit, I say Happy Halloween!
Love this Cookie’s Attitude!
Personally, my favorite thing about Halloween is it’s another day closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas… the main events.