Remember your best Halloween ever? After passing your trick or treating age, you might begin to look back tenderly on your childhood experiences. Every year getting free candy was the concept for you to regard as the best Halloween ever. You might have forgotten your early trick or treating trips in a cowboy or ballerina costume, but as you advanced to the mature age of 9 or 10, you planned your trick or treat routes by the familiar houses where you could have the best candy. You always wished for having the part of the first wave on Halloween just to have the good stuff before running out. And you could always depend on a couple of houses frivolously with a haul of candy by tossing in an apple or homemade popcorn balls. Do you think the best Halloween ever with popcorn balls is worth-claiming?
It might be a great fun for you to sort through the candy bag once you get back home. You were careful and keen on separating the Milk Duds from the Milky Ways and move to rationing further. You couldn’t consume all the candy at once so you would deal with the boring stuff at first and then save the Reeses Cups or Nestle Crunch for later savor. It was something like achieving again a powerful sugar rush as the best Halloween ever.
Alas, now you are grown “too old for trick or treating” and desperately started to attend the parties in costumes with the hope to have a new best Halloween ever. There is much ado about a good old fashioned Halloween party. Often that silent and meek person will come forward in a proactive costume as a plain brilliant figure that would be the talk of the party. Holding onto the snapshots of your friends in their outfits would certainly give you a chance to revisit the best possible Halloween all time.
Probably you are a parent now to hand over your kids all the great Halloween traditions. You will train them in exact trick or treat manners. As a candy sorter you will ensure all the bag stuff whether edible for your kids. Although you are the candy sorter, still you can have dibs on a few items of your choice with the perennial “you dislike this.” Obviously, nothing could be the best Halloween ever as compared to spending Halloween with your kids.