Halloween is for kids of all ages; from the young to the… not so young. Just because you don’t have kids or you’re empty-nesters doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Halloween.
In fact, couples can, and should enjoy Halloween. Dress up in matching Halloween costumes for couples (either to go to a party or just to open the door to pass out candy to the trick or treaters). Halloween is a good time for a “ghostly” romantic dinner and then watch scary movies and cuddle up with your loved one. And share some popcorn balls for dessert.
So forgo the messy pumpkin carving and pick up a ceramic pumpkin, some black bleeding taper candles to set the mood, and don some skull and roses underwear for later, and celebrate Halloween for grown ups.
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