If you have been following what was happening with me and the Global Talent Search, and haven’t found out through my Facebook page yet, I hate to break it to you, but I didn’t get into final six. Because of that, it gave me all the time in the world (well, not really) to think about Halloween.
Halloween became such a big deal after I had a child. I never really celebrated Halloween ever, and I don’t think I have ever dressed up. With a child, Halloween became “the event of the month” if not the year: You have to figure out the costume and predict if it is something your child would be willing and tolerate enough to wear; shop or make the costume/props, stock up with candy for trick-or-treaters, go to the zoo/aquarium/parties/wherever 1-2 weeks in advance and dress your child in the costume, go to school and dress your child in the costume, and then the Halloween night you
take carry your kid as you run around the neighborhood. Even after Halloween, you still have to handle it by skillfully eat destroy your child’s candy without him remembering where did the candy go. Such hard work.
It is that time of the year again. I had some big ideas in mind, which I can’t share because I’d probably fail in executing it. I can, however, share what we did last year. It wasn’t original, but it was definitely pretty fun.