Knox Knock: Protestant Parents Reform Halloween Door-to-Door Tradition

OCTOBER, 2017: SCOTTSDALE, AZ- As families of children and teens work together to plan their annual Halloween festivities, one family is changing up their traditions, or, rather, continuing those began 500 years ago. "We don't celebrate Halloween," said Mrs. Geneva Knox, mother of four, as she welcomed reporters, sharing both her insights and her gluten-sugar-dairy-and-taste-free porridge…

Autumn’s Daughter 

I am this season’s child       though I am dressed as spring:  The burning gold of fall is hid       beneath the flow'rs I bring.  While storms of thought are whirling,       and swirl within my mind, All you see's the cloudless blue        of clear sky in my…

October 

October has arrived and all I want to do is devour the works of Edgar Allen Poe and honey crisp apples. But, alas! Seasons may change, but constant homework and rehearsals never will...