Nearly Halloween


 Last week I popped into one of our local supermarkets and saw they had decorations up for Halloween - although the day isn't until 31st October some businesses like to get festive. That's one thing I miss about supermarket retail, the decorations and dressing up for occasions like this.

Linking up with Our World Tuesday and My Corner of the World.

Comments

  1. ...Halloween seemed to start appearing here in late August!

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  2. lol, don´t seem early to me.In Sweden they have already been up 2 or 3 weeks. They also already have started to sell some candy and sodas for Christmas. Way to early if you ask me.
    Take care and have fun.

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  3. I know it is October but it still seems too soon for me.

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  4. I love Halloween, no gift obligations, no going into debt, and if you can't make it home for Halloween nobody feels sorry for you, and the weather is still pretty decent. Halloween is almost the perfect holiday.

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  5. Halloween is not widely celebrated here but it's catching on with the younger generation.

    Happy Tuesday, Amy!

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  6. Hello,

    Our stores are moving out the Halloween items and putting in the Christmas things now.
    I am not sure how they will handle Halloween this year with Covid still happening. Take care, enjoy your day!

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  7. Not much sign of Halloween preparation here yet Amy,the only prep I do is making sure I have some lollies for the neighbourhood kids 😊

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  8. Fun and festive photo for Halloween ~ ^_^

    Live each moment with love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  9. I noticed that Halloween candy is out at the grocery stores but I haven't seen decorations up yet. That's strange because they usually are by now.

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  10. Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas items are all on display together in the stores here.

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  11. One wonders if it'll even happen this year.

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  12. That's enough to keep me away from the shops until December. And brave the Christmas carols!

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  13. We don't see much decorating but the candy is out in the aisles!

    I'm happy to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!!

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