Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Even though you should make your partner feel special every day, Valentine’s Day allows you to be super cheesy.
I also bet some of you have a hard time with what to get or what to do on that day. Here are just a few Valentine’s Day gift ideas. I hope they help you out!
I would like to wish all my readers a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Enjoy your holidays and the time spent with your loved ones.
Below is my favorite Christmas song “I Wish It Was Christmas Today” from SNL. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Maybe next Christmas I can recreate it and send out my own :)
13 Cool Facts about Halloween:
- The correct spelling of Halloween is Hallowe’en.
- Halloween has several different names: All Hallow’s Eve, Hallowmas, Samhain, Third Harvest, Celtic New Year, All Hallowtide, All Saints Eve, El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).
- Sometimes called the Witches’ New Year’s Eve, the dark half of the year commences on October 31st.
- Halloween dates back 2000 years ago as a Pagan tradition.
- Samhain, traditionally known as the meat harvest, is possibly the best-loved Sabbat of many Pagans as well as the third and final harvest festival in the “Wheel of the Year”.
- Wearing masks on Halloween comes from Welsh and Celtic traditions.
- Jack O’ Lanterns originated in Ireland as hollowed out turnips with candles placed to keep away evil ghosts and spirits on the Samhain holiday.
- Orange and black are traditional Halloween colours, where orange represents the fall Harvest and black the darkness.
- Black cats were believed to be witches’ protectors of their dark powers.
- White cats are believed to be bad luck in England.
- If you see a spider on Halloween, it is said to be the spirit of a loved one watching over you.
- Ringing a bell scares evil spirits away.
- Halloween is always celebrated on October 31st.
Enjoy the Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures song presented by Rob Zombie.