All Hallows’ Eve
Do you think our carefully carved pumpkin is scary enough to keep all the ghouls and goblins away from our doors on All Hallows’ Eve?
The holiday of Halloween has its roots in the Britain but the word itself (Halloween is short for All Hallows’ Eve, the night before All Saints’ Day on November 1), originated in Scotland. On this evening all evil spirits should stay away especially from houses with lanterns brightly light up.
Well our lantern kept away the evil ghouls but unfortunately not all the little the guisers, who came around. Still it was good to distribute the mountains of sweeties we had bought for the occasion!
Our lantern also turned a few heads during our breakfast serving.