501 It was Halloween night, my three friends Bryce, Zach, and Bailey and I were so excited, it was the 666th Halloween, we had all met up at Bryce’s Brother KY’s house in Donaldson, Arkansas. We had been invited to this Halloween party in down town Malvern on the train tracks by ACME Brick. So we called Bailey’s sister Megan because she lives beside KY’s house and KY and his Fiancé Megan wouldn’t take us to that part of Malvern because it is one of the worst neighborhoods in Malvern. So she takes us to the opposite side of Malvern and dropped us off at Bryce’s mom’s house on Louisiana st.
This occurred on Jimmy’s seventh Halloween; it started several days before this holiday. Excitement took over him, the thought about going to every single house in the neighborhood to get candy. The mother of this young child had bought a banana costume for him, which she thought was cute. At school, Jimmy won the costume contest and his friend Tommy won second place with his hit dog costume. After school jimmy’s mother picked him up, and he would not stop talking about getting a lot of candies.
All my 8th grade classmates and I sit on the cafeteria floor at Daniel Wright Middle School, giggling and staring at the gigantic screen. A slideshow plays. Often mortifying pictures of our younger selves appear with our names. I recollect all the vivid memories from middle school and earlier, like when my 5th grade teacher accidentally threw a snowball at one of my classmates. My friends and I sit together, hollering when we see each other on the screen.
My brothers and I felt hunger and pain from sleeping on the hardwood floor. We waited for my father to arrive and take us with him, yet he never came. Before I knew it, Halloween was just around the corner. Esther, the other kids that lived in the house, my brothers, and I went shopping for costumes. The other kids were allowed to select the best costumes while we got nothing.
The day started to wind down and the weather was getting quite chilly. My parents were settling down all of the food was either taken by are cousins or in our cabinets. We all got in our rooms and got in our beds and got all snuggled up. With extra blankets because it was very cold that night. I got in my bed and fell asleep for the end of what started out as the worst day ever ,but ended up being pretty
One day my sister Dakota, my uncle Raven, my mom, and I went to a farm the day before Halloween. At first we were just going to get a few pumpkins but then, I saw a corn maze. I asked my mom “ Can we go in it, please,” My mom said,” If it is free.” I told her thanks. We went to a pumpkin patch to get a couple pumpkins.
One of the most-awaited moments of the year is right here once again. Dim neighborhoods are brightened by ghastly smiles of Jack-o '-lanterns in communities where the breeze is also slowly getting colder and the leaves that have fallen off of pines give each step a crunch. In a few days, children dressed like pirates, princesses, ghouls, and little monsters will be knocking on doors requesting goodies and several other goodies. Yet just before Halloween begins, you can delight the kids in your community by teaming up with several moms and dads and arranging a Halloween scavenger quest.
Not So Scary Halloween party. This is where all the little kids dress up. While Universal’s are only at night, Disney hosts theirs from September 15 to November 1, staying open later to give people a longer park day for more extravagant Disney
Between 1920 and 1950, the centuries-old practice of trick-or-treating was also revived. Trick-or-treating was a relatively inexpensive way for an entire community to share the Halloween celebration.
"You know, a hunt where you go out looking to collect things that are hard to find," George said. "Since it's Halloween, we"ll probably have get weird things that are hard to find. Right, Walt?" "If we're supposed to go grave robbing," Meg said, "count me out." "We will split up into two teams, three on each side," Walt said.
Then one year my whole life changed. It was the night before Halloween when all through my house I was cooking my famous stew. I then noticed I didn't have enough pumpkin to my it. I went outside and I saw a bight light. As I walked up to it I realized it was a pumpkin.
Halloween I’m going to go trick-or-treating” I replied “No you are not you’re grounded”, “What? Why?” “Your grades mister until you can pick them up you can go out and do whatever, until then you are to stay in this house” I clinched my teeth together “Yes sir” I replied “If mom was here she’d let me go” I mumbled “What did you say?” dad asked “I said if mom was here she would let me go” “Well your mom isn’t here, is she?”
We all know that on halloween the creepiest of things happen, this is what makes it so great to me. My best friend Blair and I have always celebrated halloween together. Blair and I have been friends since birth, our moms have also been best friends since they were very young. Since we were little we have always liked the same things but halloween was our favorite.
I was about 10 years old when I went in my second haunted house ever in Dubuque, Iowa. It was a huge building made out of dark wood and metal. Although it’s appearance was scary, I wasn’t very scared because I went to one in Clear Lake, and I didn’t get scared at all. In fact, I felt brave because my 8 year-old brother, Zack, was scared and I wasn’t. Zack was taking it way too literally as he always did.