Fall is in the Air...are you ready?

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August is almost gone, September, October, then getting ready for the biggie Holiday gatherings.

Soon we will be getting the costumes ready for the Tricksters and making treats for the class parties. My days of days of class parties are coming to a close, the youngest 2 in elementary school, 3rd and 5th grades will soon move on to Middle School.

Last year we started a new tradition with Halloween. I have never been a fan. Spooky, Scary, Frightening, just are not my idea of a good time. I'm not a fan of candy corn or those little pumpkin candies either, I guess it is a personal preference. Wanting to take a more spiritual approach, we looked up the traditional history of Halloween or All Hallows Eve and found some really great stories. DD#3 has taken a liking to decorating cakes and we read one of the stories I found. They were all so impressed! I really was shocked at how quiet they all were while listening to me read the story. I am going to do a post about this new tradition in October. It will be fun to share what we found. Read more here...

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