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sweetpumkinpye

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Creeping up!!!!!
 

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just went to walmart. got a halloween tumbler that was on on clearance. my friend at works always saids she doesnt think about any holiday untill its here. not us thats whats so great about this group. we all enjoy the holidays and when we see things we get them.
 
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sweetpumkinpye

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Not sure what we will do about Halloween this year. It is a holiday that is not widely celebrated but is becoming more popular. Last year was a bust with the virus and the weather.
I normally do a few little things for my kids but with both of them out of the house this year I may give it all a miss. Still plenty of time to decide.
 

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My son told us the other day that his steam teacher is helping him make his halloween costume. He definitely takes after me when it comes to the holidays.
 

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Not sure what we will do about Halloween this year. It is a holiday that is not widely celebrated but is becoming more popular. Last year was a bust with the virus and the weather.
I normally do a few little things for my kids but with both of them out of the house this year I may give it all a miss. Still plenty of time to decide.
I still mark the holidays that I used to when Sophia was little - Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Halloween - but instead of little gifts, I pop a card in the post with a couple of gift cards. Young adults really appreciate the little extra splurge, especially when they are on a budget.
 

sweetpumkinpye

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but instead of little gifts, I pop a card in the post with a couple of gift cards. Young adults really appreciate the little extra splurge, especially when they are on a budget.
Pamela. A great idea. DS still has his Easter things here as he has not been home. In reality a GC to the local supermarket posted in a card would have been better. Will think of it for next year.