As a kid, I always enjoyed Halloween. I loved dressing up and watching some of my favorite Halloween movies. But most of all, I loved going trick or treating. Because like most kids, trick or treating was the highlight of my night.
Every year as a kid, I would go door to door with my little candy bucket. Looking to see how much candy I could scoop up by the end of the night. And when the night was over, I would have a bucket full of candy and treats. When I got home, my mother would check the candy. After making sure everything was good, it was time to eat!
Oh yes, if only I could go back in time and be a kid again. And live out my trick or treating adventures would be awesome. Yet I guess that’s only wishful thinking, since I don’t have a time machine. Now 26, I know I am way past the age of trick or treating. My days of being a cute and innocent kid have long been gone.
Yet even though it may be true, I will always have memories. No matter how old I get, I will always love trick or treating. Because even if I can’t do it anymore, it is still one of my greatest memories as a kid.