It is that time again . . . We feel the cold, brisk air send a tingle through our chests and a shiver down our spine. We shakily welcome the smell of freshly shrapened pencils and school supplies as we say goodbye to the summer memories and welcome fall . . . and even more exciting, Halloween: Little people in costumes, October leaves falling into our yards and swirling through the streets, sugary candies, bright orange jackolanterns, chasing kids down the street trying to scare the crap out of them during trick-or-treating.
I wish all of you a very happy and safe Halloween. May you go to an interesting costume party, invite a small dish of candy corn to sit on your desk at work (Wal-Mart, $1.99), or decorate your homes with pictures of ghosts and pumpkins.