My Favorite Holiday: #MFRWAuthor Blog Challenge, Week 29 — 16 Comments

  1. I love Halloween, too. I didn’t choose it as my favorite, but it’s a close second, for sure. And yes, grandkids will help bring the magic of all the holidays back! Congratulations!

  2. Congratulations on the pending arrival! I will say that having a grandchild in the house at Christmas (mine is now 5 y/o) has infused a fresh attitude toward Christmas, though the 4th of July is still my current fave:)

    • Thank you, Kenzie. The only drawback for the Fourth is how upset my poor pets get. Seriously, this year, I felt like I was in a war zone. We had 360 degrees of fireworks going, including some rockets going right over our house. Crazy neighbors!

  3. I’m not surprised people like Halloween, though I can’t say I’m one for dressing up. Here in Arizona, July 4th is too darned hot to enjoy. (I feel kind of like a grinch…)

    • You’re right about that heat, Ed. And in the northern parts of AZ, no fireworks are allowed because of the fire danger.

  4. Very true that Halloween is easy. Well unless you have kids like me that are picky and can’t make up their minds on what they want to be some years. LOL Only my younger 2 still want to dress up. My oldest boy was never really into Halloween, he’s not a fan of sweets (complete weirdo LOL) And my daughter is an adult now. My ‘costume’ has been the same for years. I have a t-shirt that says ‘Official Halloween Candy Dispenser’ because yes my job for many, many years now has been to stay home and hand out the candy. The hubs takes on the walking of the neighborhood.

  5. You’re right that Halloween is a fairly easy holiday, unless you go hog wild on the decorations like some of the people in my neighborhood. And Christmas isn’t nearly as much fun without kids around.

    • We’re getting close! I hope tomorrow or Saturday he’ll make his arrival!