Growing up, I was fortunate to not have many allergies to hinder my trick or treating, but as an adult it's hard to avoid the fact that allergies happen and there are children who risk getting sick or simply miss out on all the fun.
This year, we'll be participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project, which ensures that all children, regardless of their allergy, can have a safe and fun Halloween.
Just like it sounds, paint a pumpkin a lovely shade of teal to let families know that you're participating and that your front door is one their little ones can safely run to with their pillowcases wide open!
Friends, writing this post is a bittersweet thing for me. I have made the difficult decision to resign from my position with Housewives in the City. Since 2016, I've been working hard to build this community full of empowering and wonderful women like yourselves and host monthly events to further grow that network and showcase local businesses.
I've decided to finish out the year, and so December 11, 2018 will be my final event. I hope that you'll join us at Al Pastor in Exton!