Tricked but Treated, Too.

Happy Halloween everyone! I feel those of us with MS somehow got tricked in this game of life. But never fear, today is the one day of the year where we can ignore all that,  allow our kids to take candy from strangers, let them wander the streets at night, and join them in eating loads of the sweet stuff. As a side note, I recently found out that dentists say the candy that promotes the least tooth decay is Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups – a personal favorite of mine.

So, in honor of this weird holiday, and being tricked with MS anyway,  I am planning on sampling all the different kinds of candy we bought for the real Trick or Treaters. For a few hours anyway, I’m a kid again. I’ll worry about my expanding waistline later. Bring on the peanut butter cups!

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