Halloween

Now I know, some of you are opposed to any Halloween celebration of any kind. But let me just tell you about my Halloween trick or treating growing up! We never had any evil attached to October 31. It was just a day to collect free candy. Our focus was upon Hershey’s and Mars and any other sugary item available to us.

I have a fond memory of my Dad buying me this product

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for you see, Halloween is the day BEFORE MY BIRTHDAY!! So one year this was my treat to share with the class. Had to be elementary school because he died before I went to middle school.

It wasn’t until I grew older that I realized I could tell the people who were passing out the candy “Tomorrow is my birthday!” And

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They would usually give me extra candy. What is not to like about that? And the best part is it was a true statement 🙂

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Of course, we did not have plastic pumpkins in the 1960s. Just grabbed one of mom’s pillowcases ( with permission) and hit as many doors as possible.

Be sure to brush your teeth after you sort the kids’ candy and choose your favorites! Just sayin’!!

Love, The Birthday Girl

 

 

3 thoughts on “Halloween

  1. Hahaha
    Guess I liked those yucky treats. Not a marshmallow fan now. It was a big deal if someone gave us a dime. RICH!

  2. I can just picture the little girl with her dark bangs and pleading eyes… “Tomorrow is my birthday kind lady”…how could any one resist such a plea. Happy Birthday.

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