Has Halloween decorations already. Even the front door currently sports a pumpkin welcome sign.
I love Halloween. The spook factor, the decorating, the fun. There’s an atmosphere, a vibe to Fall and Halloween that, for me, is intoxicating.
I’ve loved it since I was a wee mongrel.
I grew up watching creature features and immersed in Halloween joy. I’ve always lived in stories inside my head with the monsters, with the unaccepted and frightening things.
Halloween feels like home.
…aaaaaand so, the celebrating begins.
Here’s my reasoning.
Christmas Eve is an actual part of Christmas. Following that line of thinking, September is part of Halloween.
September is, after all, October Eve. And October IS Halloween. Making September Halloween Eve.
Makes sense in my world.
We all need something to shake the dust from the joy and creativity in our souls. We sometimes pack it away or put it on a shelf, forget what it feels like to be alive.
Its the little things. The flashlights into the darkened corridors of our rib cage where things hide that we need to wake up again.
Don’t feel silly for enjoying things, even if others find it silly.
It isn’t silly. What brings us joy is never silly.