I was tagged by Nicola who runs the blog, Parenting in Pain to do the Hallotober Tag. Here are the rules for the tag:

The post rules are 

  1. Thank the person who tagged you and link to their post.
  2. Put the rules are the beginning or after the introduction.
  3. Answer the 13 questions.
  4. Tag 13 people to do the tag.
  5. Delete Question, add a new question of your own.

With the rules out of the way let’s get started. Thank you, Nicola for tagging me to do this tag.

Here are her questions:

  1. What’s your favorite thing about October? The colors.
  2. Are you a big celebrator of Halloween? I am not, but blind as a bat girl is. Blind as a bat girl is a girl who fights against blindness and helps promote eye health. She only comes out during Halloween since she is part bat.
  3. What’s your favorite horror movie? I don’t watch horror movies.
  4. Would you rather a cozy night in watching horrors or a big night out in a costume? Blind as a bat girl loves to go out trick or treating.
  5. Which has been your most favorite costume to date? As a kid I loved dressing up as Underdog.
  6. Bobbing for apples or pin the hat on the witch? Pin the hat on the witch.
  7. How do you celebrate Halloween? Blind as a bat girl always stops by my house to tell others how to help save their eye sight. I love to hang out with her. Tonight I am also having a pizza party with a friend.
  8. What’s your least favorite horror? I don’t watch horror movies.
  9. Do you have a favorite trick or treating memory? As a kid I loved dressing up as a doctor, ninja and Underdog. When I was little I would go trick or treating around my grandparent’s neighborhood. Also, attending the Halloween fair when my Step Dad was a chef at a nursing home was fun.
  10. What’s your favorite thing about Halloween? Seeing the children
  11. have fun and get candy.
  12. Scary costume or Silly costume? I would prefer a silly costume over a scary one.
  13. What’s your favorite Halloween candy? Reese’s peanut butter cup.
  14. What costume did you really want as a kid, but never got? My mom always got me a Halloween costume I asked for.

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