Very well. Enjoy your All Hallows Eve festivities. Honestly Kaitlyn, I don't really care what you do so long as you're not hurting anybody or any animals.<quoted text>
I'm glad you mentioned Halloween. I see you know nothing about it. No doubt, your ideas come from your church, your religion, and the Disney Channel.
In the States we call it Halloween; the Celts call it Samhain (pronounced "sow-wen." I don't know why; ask a Celt), and in my trad La Vecchia we call it "La Festa dell' Ombra," or "Shadowfest." It is both a celebration of the pro-creation--the mythical union of the Goddess and the God--and it is the time of year when the Earth enters its darkest phase; the half-way point between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice, what we consider to be the true beginning of winter. It is when the veil between the worlds of the living and of the dead is at its thinnest, when it is possible (so goes the tradition, anyway) to communicate with the souls of those who have passed on.
So when I'm done handing out candy and watching horror movies, I'll conduct my own ritual by lighting some candles, burning some incense, calling upon the Old Ones and paying my respects to my ancestors.
We have no devil or demons to "worship," RR; satan is a christian deity, so he and his little minions belong to you christians.
I know plenty about Halloween. Because of your curiosity about it and the whole "witchcraft" thing, undoubtedly you know more about it than I do.