Halloween 2020

Halloween: Origins, Meaning & Traditions - HISTORY
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Today’s Halloween, the last day of October in which people traditionally dress up and go out to trick-or-treat and other festivities to celebrate the supernatural/occult. It’s a lot of fun for children and adults alike, especially before the holiday seasons start the following day.

Personally, I never really liked Halloween. Partly because I’m not really into dressing up in costumes or going around the neighborhood asking for candy that I can’t ever finish. I used to trick-or-treat when I was younger, but I stopped by the time I was 11. And my family and I have stopped handing out candy for years, so we don’t celebrate Halloween at all.

Given that there’s a pandemic this year, I have no idea how people are celebrating Halloween. Perhaps they aren’t– after all, how is it possible to social distance while giving away candy for trick-or-treating? Maybe to leave candy outside in a basket, but even that’s kind of iffy…

While I’m not celebrating Halloween, I am busy on this Saturday. In fact, I’m working throughout this weekend for my job. It’s an unusual case, as I don’t normally work weekends, but it just happens to be that way this time around. I hope you otherwise enjoy the last day of October now, and here’s to a beautiful holiday season tomorrow! Cheers. 🙂

— The Finicky Cynic

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4 thoughts on “Halloween 2020

  1. I’m not a big fan of Halloween and costumes either but I wouldn’t want to stop the joy of others and for this reason I willingly participate, even if it’s in a minimal way. Wearing a pointed witch hat is not a big effort. Have fun!

    1. rebbit7

      I think it’s possible not to celebrate Halloween, but also let others do so. Thankfully, November’s just around the corner!

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