Hawaii Mom Blog: Halloween During a Pandemic




October 29, 2020

Halloween During a Pandemic

At the start of 2020, I saw a lot of memes going around about how Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, so that means people could stay out later and have more fun since there is no school or work for most a lot of people the next day.

Of course, the world has change dramatically since then.

Our family has no plans on going out for Halloween. No trick-or-treating, no passing out candy, no gatherings...

We tend to stay on the more cautious side of the spectrum, as I like to think we are doing our part to keep ourselves, those we know, and those we may encounter safe.  

What are your plans for Halloween? 

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