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Celebrating Halloween

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With another holiday looming up ahead, we are finally getting ready for the autumn rush. So there I was in the middle of candy corn — candy corn in shapes of triangles, candy corn in shapes of pumpkins; it really doesn’t matter as long as I can make a meal out of it, and oh yes, I can definitely make a meal out of it.

I had to once again argue with Allyson how I thought she was too old to trick or treat. I just know there has to be a cut-off limit. She said she wanted to take her cousin, who is only 5, trick-or-treating at the fall festival. It does give my sister somewhat of a break. And it does leave the candy table exposed. Candy apples, caramel apples, toffee apples, popcorn balls, bobbing for apples, assorted treatments of candy at the miscellaneous games, elephant ears, hot dogs, nachos and my contribution, Goblin treats.

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