How to make your Halloween magnificent!

How to make your Halloween magnificent! October 30, 2014
We never did find out what Wish Bear was so angry about. I thought she looked magnificent.
We never did find out what Wish Bear was so angry about. I thought she looked magnificent.

Our founding fathers didn’t die face down in the mud of Vietnam only to see my children struggling through the night with only Mary Janes, Good and Plenty, nameless lollipop blobs, and Bit-o’- Chicken to sustain them, like I did when I was a kid. Those were dark times. We can do better.

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  • Nicole Chase

    Ooh thanks, you saved me an All Saints google! … Er, I mean, great column! 🙂

  • Episteme

    Wish Bear wishes that no one is taking her photo?

    Halloween is one of those rare evenings that I like living in a large garden-style apartment complex (even if having a house would still beat a one-bedroom apartment any day), since it means that I get 100+ kids over the course of the night coming to the door* and I get to feel like a RealActualAdult handing out candy instead of my usual sitting quietly alone in my apartment on a Friday night!

    So, if anyone’s in South Jersey and likes Reese’s…

    (*my complex came up with the brilliant idea a few years ago of sending out “Smiling Pumpkin Head”flyers for our doors with the October complex newsletter — if we’re giving out candy, we hang that on the door and children know that they can knock; if folks aren’t, they just don’t put Mister Pumpkin Head up and don’t have to turn off all the lights and pretend not to be home!)