In years past, when I saw the different Halloween costumes at Costco in late August I would lament how early it seemed to be thinking about a holiday two months away. The prices of the costumes were great and the selection was decent, but what if my kids changed their minds as the big day approached? I knew I wasn’t going to buy them a new outfit, but I sure as heck didn’t want to listen to them complain or demand something new. This year the global health crisis has made everything different. If we have learned anything over the last eight months, it’s that making plans is often futile. I wanted to assume our town could figure out a way to make trick-or-treating safe. I created scenarios in my head that would allow my kids to still enjoy their second favorite holiday. While I didn’t entertain the idea of buying a costume in August I knew then that I was going to make Halloween happen for my kids despite not knowing what it would look like.
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