Open Book Blog Hop – 26th October   1 comment

Stevie Turner

Welcome to this week’s blog hop. This week the topic is:

Halloween/Autumn is coming, do you celebrate? What does that look like? Is it different this year?

When our boys were younger they used to dress up in ghost or wizard costumes. Sam and I would then traipse around after them and their friends, as the little group would knock on neighbours’ doors and shout out ‘Trick or Treat‘. People would shove sweets at them probably in an effort to get rid of them a bit quicker, and then with carrier bags filling up we’d go on to the next house.

This novelty wore off when they were older teenagers and had discovered girls. We would then buy sweets and keep them for any trick or treaters from the next generation down who might knock on the door.

This year I don’t suppose we are going to get…

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Posted October 26, 2020 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

One response to “Open Book Blog Hop – 26th October

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  1. Thanks Lela!

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