Halloween is one of our favorite holidays; we go all out each year! Dressing up is serious business, even for the adults. Connecticut lawmaker Tim Larson has made an interesting proposition this year – designating Halloween as the last Saturday of October versus the 31st. As soon as I read about it, I was on the bandwagon!
For starters, it would just be easier for parents. Let’s face it, trick o’ treating on a Monday? Enough said. After a long work day and school day, adding door to door duty just adds to the fatigue (at least mine anyway). A regularly scheduled bedtime is also quite the mood kill for excited ghosts and goblins (and video game characters). That extra hour on the weekends is priceless, as is the extra sleep time the next morning for all in the family. Read more.