By Vernalee
This time of the year, everyone is asking the proverbial question, “Who will you be for Halloween; What costume are you wearing?” I loved trick or treat activities as we gallivanted through the neighborhoods when my children were young. The families in Shaker Heights realized that we adults were only kids at heart. Many of them had delicious treats for us. Hot apple cider, Yum! Those were the days! The other day, however, I realized that some individuals wear a costume every day because they cannot face the music of everyday life! They pretend that they are somebody else. Why not just be you? So I guess the operative question is “Not who you want to be for Halloween; Who are you, Monday through Sunday? I’ll dress to that!
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