Fall has arrived, and with it, nostalgia. Halloween especially always tends to get people in the feels – it’s the tradition you grew up with that tends to bring back a lot of memories. As of now, your neighbors have begun adorning their bushes with creepy ornaments such as little skeletons and plastic bats. Perhaps they’ve even gone all the way and positioned witch puppets on their front porch that are brewing something suspicious in a big-ass cauldron. Starbucks is making their famous pumpkin spice latte again, and the cookies and cakes propped up in bakery windows look like ghouls and ghosts. Halloween is the same, but things feel different.
You’re older. You don’t go trick or treating anymore unless you have a kid. Sure, you wear a costume but it’s for the annual Halloween costume party your workplace throws, or for a kickback setting with your friends watching Hocus Pocus (on Netflix…oh, Blockbusters, where have you gone?). You find yourself reminiscing about the good old times, back when you didn’t realize how good you had it. If you want a spooky ride down memory lane to see how fast time flies, look no further and scroll down to feel the nostalgia.