Leaves a twirl,Winds that whirl
Candles glowing bright.
A witch’s giggle and black cats' stare,
The smell of pumpkin in the air.
Creaking doors, footsteps in flight.
This must be; Samhain Night.
Enjoy these and have fun carving your own!!
"It has JUST occurred to me how important credit is to the consumers of this country"
Snickers : Snickers was named after a horse owned by the Mars family—inventors of this perennial favorite.
Peeps: Enough Peeps are made each year that they could circle the Earth twice.
3 Musketeers Bar: Originally the three layers were chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry nougat. Later the layers were changed to all chocolate.
Tootsie Roll: Tootsie Rolls debuted in 1896, introduced by Leo Hirshfield of New York, who named them after his daughter’s nickname, "Tootsie."
M&Ms: M&M’s were created in response to a dip in summer chocolate sales, and named after their inventors Forrest Mars and Bruce Murray.
Necco Waferst: Necco stands for the New England Confectionery Company.
Milky Way Bar: Frank Mars gave the "Milky Way" formula and $50,000 to his son in 1932, to start his own business—Mars Bars were the result. When Mars bars were exported in 1991 to Russia for the first time they were so popular that they needed to be rationed to 4 bars per person.
Junior Mints: Junior Mints were named after the developer’s favorite Broadway play, "Junior Miss." Both "Junior Miss" and the movie "Meet Me in St. Louis" were based upon the stories of Sally Benson