The few weeks before the Halloween, I begin to play a number of Tim Burton films to get myself in the Holiday Spirit.
The Nightmare Before Christmas is my “switch” to start feeling the Holiday mood. As this movie spans two holidays, Halloween usually marks the beginning of what, to me, becomes the holiday “season.”
This is arguably the best thing to come of Halloween…
I’m not really that big on this “holiday”, mainly because I’ve lost the sense of enjoyment that stems from the innocence of all the hoopla and merriment. In addition to that, I grew up to be one of those adults who does not have the softest spot in her heart for kids and sullen, sluttily dressed, ingrate teenagers.
However, while I’m at home nursing my back spasms with ice, and cooking dinner for a working husband, I sincerely wish the rest of you–hopefully reveling in the holiday–Happy All Hallows Eve.
Image credit: Disney Inc via Google Image Search, and Game Wallpapers via www.connect.in.com.
**Not to be mean, though, but I honestly think these state-wide-studies-proven generally obese children of Michigan don’t need more fattening foods and sugars like chocolate bars and other candies. All kids don’t need more sugar. I wish there were a healthier way to celebrate this holiday.**
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