It seems that even though all the Christmas decorations are coming out in the shops, it seems that this year, every shop that I go into has ghosts, goblins, witches, skeletons and everything else Halloween!
Growing up in a small town we never really celebrated Halloween, it wasn’t something that was popular where we lived, however now as the years have passed, year by year I’ve noticed that more and more decorations are coming out, with this year being an explosion of paraphernalia!
Halloween is big overseas and is celebrated on October 31st, where children and adults dresses up in costume and go trick-or-treating in their neighbourhood in the hopes of getting lots of candy from people when they knock on their doors!
The term Halloween comes from the term “All Hallows Even” and is linked to the Celtic festival called Samhain, which is held every year from October 31st – November 1st where the Celtic culture came together to celebrate the end of the “lighter half” of the year and the beginning of the “darker half”
Most people dont even realise what Halloween is about! But its certainly a great excuse for a party!!! I was browsing on Pinterest for some cool ideas if you were to host a Halloween party this year!
Halloween isnt something that we celebrate in our house, we are too busy waiting for Christmas!
But I would love for you to share with me.
Do you celebrate Halloween or go Trick-Or-Treating??