Seasonal fun!

While gathering supplies to “BOO” our neighbors, I searched online for a printable poem to use.  Our family views Halloween as a community outreach – a time to connect and reconnect with neighbors – without the gore, spirituality, or darkness that accompanies this holiday.

I couldn’t find any poem that DIDN’T mention ghosts, ghouls  goblins, witches or spells.  Sooo, I wrote a quick one myself.  Thought I’d post it here in case you are looking for a similar poem.  Happy Fall! ~ Kristi

Autumn is crisp and leaves keep falling

When you didn’t see, we came calling.

In this season of tricks or treats

We’ve left you tasty sweets to eat.

Ding dong…knock, knock, knock,

You’ve been BOOed so start the clock.

Pick two neighbors you can boo

It’s such an easy thing to do.

Remember as the temperatures fall,

Your neighbors think the world of ya’ll!

Yours truly,

Secret Boo

Also, I found great printable pages that are creative and fun to print and use for BOOing.  A great time saver!  Great job, Heather! Click here

And here is another creative sight for printing treat bag tags – click here!

One thought on “Seasonal fun!

  1. Hey you are getting as “rhymie” as I am……………..Our neighborhood actually Boos people by putting together a bag og baked goodies or candy with a few fall decorations or noise makers (inexpensive) then you cut a sign out of poster board….BOO or a cute ghost etc.toput on their door. then if you get booed you leave the sign on the door so others will know you were booed. we had fun with it for a number of years but with Eric gone we will probably turn off the lights and relax.

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