By Merrill Gemus
Copyright 2011-2016 Merrill Gemus
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Ally Korman absolutely loved Halloween. She enjoyed the carving of pumpkins, the spooky decorations, the sexy and devilish costumes, playing pranks, telling scary stories and everything else in between. When she was a little girl, she thought it was the best celebration ever; Ally would dress up as a princess, and sometimes as a fairy, go trick-or-treating with her friends and receive free candy from her neighbors. For one glorious day, she needn’t abide to the rule “Don’t take candy from strangers.” That advice was blissfully thrown out the window! Truthfully, Ally always wondered why Christmas was usually the preferred holiday by so many.
From her young perspective, the beauty of Halloween was that it got straight to the point; Fun, chocolates, jawbreakers and costumes! Christmas, on the other hand, always meant getting together with her weird and somewhat annoying family. Having to humiliatingly sing Christmas carols in public, and constantly being asked if she had been a good girl that year; since Santa was “checking” his list. And no matter what her gifts were, after an hour or two, Ally always grew bored with them. Weren’t those the days!