Cariloha Friday! and a lead-up weekend to Halloween! Most fall festival and Halloween parties are happening this weekend through next Wednesday, so be sure to get your ghoul on. I love this time of year, especially this final week of October. I love it for the weather, the World Series, the harvest, the kick-off of the holiday season, the bite-size Snickers, the Jack-o-Lanterns, and it’s my birthday, which was always Halloween-themed growing up. Heck, it still kind of is pumpkins and witch’s brew even at my ripe old age.
As you venture out this Halloween weekend, be sure to get your Cariloha style on, letting it inspire your spooky side to do something frightfully fun with family and friends. Remember to go trick-or-treating or to host the trick-or-treaters. If you’re not interested in Halloween, there’s a a whole slew of other unusual holidays this weekend to keep you busy.
If you didn’t sleep in today, you should have, and maybe consider taking a ride on a mule at a local farm (today), then, wear your favorite boxer shorts, make a difference to your neighbor, and salute the navy (tomorrow), next, as much as you may or may not like to, give a big hug to your mother-in-law (Sunday), finally, be grateful for the internet and all its wholesome uses and wish me a happy birthday (Monday). Have a Happy Halloween Weekend!
However you choose to approach your weekend, make it a memorable time and don’t forget to wrap up in your Cariloha bamboo-soft clothing, sheets or towels every day.
October 26 – October 29 & 31
26- Gunfight at the OK Corral (1881)
26- National Mule Day (First mules in America arrived in Boston, MA in 1785)
26- National Sleep-In Day
26- Frankenstein Friday (last Friday in October)
27- Boxer Shorts Birthday (1901)
27- Birthday of the Pencil (1492)
27- Make a Difference Day
27- Cranky Co-Workers Day
27- Navy Day (1922)
27- Turn Off the Violence Day
27- Teddy Roosevelt’s Birthday
28- National Chocolate Day
28- Plush Animal Lover’s Day
28- Mother-In-Law’s Day (Fourth Sunday in October)
28- Cotton Gin Birthday (1793)
28- Criminal Fingerprints Day (First used in 1904)
28- Gulliver’s Travels Birthday (1726)
28- Ticker Tape Parade Birthday (1886)
28- Statue of Liberty Birthday
29- National Organization of Women Founded (1966)
29- Hermit Day
29- International Internet Day
29- Stock market Crash (1929)
31 – Halloween
Tell the folks here at Cariloha how you celebrated your weekend. What did you do? How did you make it memorable? Send us a picture wearing or using bamboo clothing, bedding or bath goods, and we’ll post it on our blog for a prize.