A clean Halloween means doing our best to keep kids safe. Some neighborhoods are hosting simple tables at the entrances or drives. Trick or Treaters are welcomed and pick up there treats.
Where will you spend the holiday this year? Staying home, going out? Invitations are pouring in, people are confused. Is it safe to go trick or treating? Can I go to my friend’s party?
All of it comes down to personal choices. Staying safe is on everybody’s mind. When it comes down to it, we are all starting to go shack-wacky from not being able to do what we love to do when we want to do it.
What kind of compromises are you making? Distancing? Masks? Sanitizing? Outdoors? Virtual?
The biggest challenge is how to get people not to hug each other and to keep a safe distance. We’re yearning for touch, for contact, and it’s a little like somebody eating ice-cream in front of you when you’re trying to cut out sweets. Having a clean Halloween is a way to set you and your family up for staying healthy until we can all gather together again.
Whatever you choose to do this Halloween, stay safe!