We don´t celebrate Halloween the same way, the Americans do it, but even in Germany, you can tell that after two years without being able to have a Halloween party or the typical trick-or-treat at your door, kids and some grown-ups alike were eager to at least have the fun of wearing a costume and enjoy some candies. Unfortunately, the actual Halloween fun fell on a Sunday, so again, no doorbell ringing and no obligatory trick or treat call.

But as every year, the sweet shelves were filled with all kinds of Halloween goodies. You could buy gummy bears in the shape of vampires, there were buckets of caramel-flavored popcorn, lollipops in the shape of spiders and I don't know what else. I saw some kids running around at the supermarket today (Monday) in a witch costume waving a wand. They looked fabulous!

For all those, who celebrate Halloween, I hope you will have fun and that you all stay safe and well.

Till next time 



  1. Happy Halloween! We always have a bon fire and hand out treats while the grandkids go door to door.

    1. Hope you had a great Halloween! No bon fire here only kids in witch costumes *smile*


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