With spookiness and ghost spirits in the air, it’s important to stay focused on the most joyous part of the holiday: trick-or-treating.
Children will soon come by awaiting a waterfall of candy to empty into their baskets. However, if you notice a blue-colored basket, then that child needs food-allergen-friendly treats and trinkets like pretzels, stickers and glow sticks.
It’s also a good idea to give away Halloween candy from your driveway if you have steps up to your front door, to ensure access for children who may be in a wheelchair. This way, everyone is included in holiday festivities.
– Carolyn Taylor, The Oklahoma 100