Halloween is my favorite holiday of the whole year. I undoubtedly like Christmas a lot too, but there is something fun about skeletons, zombies, and making teenagers cry. Each year on Halloween, the two of us decorate the home in multiple different adornments. Both of us have skeletons and ghosts hanging from the tree. Both of us have a nice graveyard scene, complete with an empty grave. Both of us have a cauldron with dry ice, roasting a skeleton over a toasty fire. My husband and I apply a heap of makeup, in order to transform our face and bodies into something frightening and creepy. This year was a disaster, because the outdoor rapidly changing temperatures were too moderate and humid for face paint. The outdoor thermometer genuinely study 84 degrees on Halloween morning. Both of us sat in front of the a/c all day, trying to apply a little paint at a time. The temperature dropped by a few degrees over the day, but the heat was still Relentless at 5 in the day. Both of us tried to stand in front of the a/c as much as possible. The moment I left the a/c, the yellow paint instantly started to drip down my face. My husband was having the same problem. The temperature did not fall much, by the time trick-or-treaters started to arrive. Both of us couldn’t take the a/c outside, so the two of us did our best to stay cool. An hour after trick-or-treating began, the makeup was sliding down my neck. I guess it helped myself and others look more gruesome. I undoubtedly dislike having to worry about the heat and humidity, at the end of October.