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Love Bites Love Bites
My favorite holiday is approaching- Halloween! I've already started to get my costume put together! You know I can't resist going around begging strangers for candy ;P

But, I wondered, what do others do for this holiday? In all seriousness, it is a religious holiday, All Hollows Eve. How do other people celebrate, if at all?

Do you like to dress up and go out, either to Trick or Treat, or perhaps party? Do you enjoy curling up in bed and watching scary movies, or perhaps reading a novel? Do you have kids, who you take out around the neighborhood? Or, like my family, do you bake a lot of Autumn/Fall related foods, and celebrate the holiday for what it is meant to be? Perhaps you just don't bother with it at all.

I love to celebrate this holiday, both as a joking way to get free candy, and as a religious holiday. If you don't mind, post your age, so that I can get a better understanding of your answer
09/17/2011
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Peggi Peggi
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Originally posted by Love Bites
My favorite holiday is approaching- Halloween! I've already started to get my costume put together! You know I can't resist going around begging strangers for candy ;P

But, I wondered, what do others do for this holiday? In all ...
I am 23 and last year was the first year I didn't go trick or treating but I hope to go this year!!! I can't resist either, but I'm also 5'2 and look like I am about 14 so I can get away with it XD I love that lol

I love to go trick or treating and then come home and pig out on candy while watching old time scary movies!!
09/18/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by Love Bites
My favorite holiday is approaching- Halloween! I've already started to get my costume put together! You know I can't resist going around begging strangers for candy ;P

But, I wondered, what do others do for this holiday? In all ...
I'm 18 and this might be the first year that I don't trick-or-treat! I love trick-or-treating! It's such a nice sense of community in this cold day and age!
09/18/2011
Ansley Ansley
Reading a novel, as elementary as it sounds, never occured to me; I just might have to try that. Thanks for the suggestion.

I don't usually do anything for Halloween. When I first converted to paganism (and oh how strange that sounds to me these days), I would dance underneath the sky and talk to the moon. I felt incredibly silly each and every time and I eventually stopped doing it outright. Now, I just kind of celebrate the new harvests and go on about my way. No children to speak of around here, so no point in really going all out.
09/18/2011
Love Bites Love Bites
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Originally posted by Ansley
Reading a novel, as elementary as it sounds, never occured to me; I just might have to try that. Thanks for the suggestion.

I don't usually do anything for Halloween. When I first converted to paganism (and oh how strange that sounds to me ...
You should definitely consider reading a novel. Perhaps something spooky, or even just a mystery or chiller, just to go with the mood

I'm sorry you felt silly, maybe you weren't with the right group. We chant, and there is celebration, but the group of people I'm with are all very close friends and family, and I am completely comfortable around them. I hope one day you will find something you find comfort in
09/18/2011
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
Halloween is also Samhain, the Pagan New Year. As a Wiccan, I observe that aspect of the day as well.

My mom is a big fan of Halloween as well. She always loved making our costumes and taking us trick-or-treating when we were little. As a family, we get together and have a nice meal. My sister and I still carve Jack O'Lanterns, and we salvage the seeds from the pumpkin innards for roasting. We also hand out candy to the little ones in their costumes. They're so cute!
09/18/2011
Love Bites Love Bites
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Originally posted by Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
Halloween is also Samhain, the Pagan New Year. As a Wiccan, I observe that aspect of the day as well.

My mom is a big fan of Halloween as well. She always loved making our costumes and taking us trick-or-treating when we were little. As ...
Yes, I like to roast the seeds as well! Other then the family meal, that sounds like what we do

I wasn't very clear, but my family celebrates Samhain, we are actually already in the process of planning things. It is very interesting to hear that another celebrates this holiday, as a Wiccan.
09/18/2011
Innocent Mathias Innocent Mathias
I do but i Hellenic not wiccan
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