Enjoy Reading Silly Stories and Tales for Valentine’s Day


The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day

The message passed to Mercury,
whose winged helmet and feet
carried him far beyond the stars,
a messenger most elite!
(The Goopy Ghost at Valentine's Day)

This is not just a silly story for kids camping; it prompts everyone to make Valentine friends around the campfire or in the pumpkin patch

Around the campfire

Golden Hour? In the still of dark nights, phantoms can be showy or they can relay soft messages. Stories can fill with humor and whimsy or ghoul and fright. Campfire spirits keep embers alive.

Creative Class? Campfire ghost stories are an art. Stories free wild imaginations. Parental wisdom can guide creepy fun. Before the lights go out, silliness can calm the tone of any shock.

Special Addition? Ghost stories deliver fun moments to friends and families. Who doesn't love reading about ghostly circumstances? These fanciful tales dwell on the undead edge of the unknown.

Make Valentine Friends

Glory Daze? Stories get no complaints at friendly gatherings. Adults relive childhoods. Kids gain exposure to the wide-open outdoors. Ghost stories around a campfire are easy to plan or improvise.

Beauty Awakens? Goopy keeps young readers interested in youthful escapes throughout the year. His celebration mode appeals to the child in everyone. This is a delightful friend for anyone to possess.

Free Spirit? Forget disguises or decorations. Stories to tell at campfires are free. From ashes and mist, storytellers conjure up enchantment. Ghosts need no invitations to free-for-all leisure breaks.

In the Pumpkin Patch

Setting the Scene: Stories glow through the darkness in wild places. Gardens and outdoor spaces make gripping backgrounds. Creeping, crawling, poking touches are not just for fall or Halloween.

The Plot Thickens? When zeal wilts for pandemic pumpkin patches, gardeners should not throw in the towel. While not ideal for World War II Victory Gardens, dead plants bloom in ghostly haunts.

Talk to Plants: Goopy rose from a pumpkin. His Valentine friend, Mushy, was drawn out of a cantaloupe. Imagine the possibilities for harvesting natural friends from your garden plot.

Around the Campfire

Close-Up? Friendship is good for all souls. Friends create a oneness of being. Spending time with others brings inner peace. Nobody should feel alone in a world of faces, animals, and plants.

Look Back? Goopy calls on friendly Cupid — on his busiest day. In classical mythology, Cupid is the god of attraction. Making friends with his bow and arrow is part of his Valentine's Day magic.

Soul Mates? Who thinks ghosts don't need anyone? Why else would these advanced souls try to connect with fanciful and genuine friends? Ghosts unite mythical, emotional, and physical realms.

Grow Pumpkins!

What are you planting in your garden? Goopy encourages friends to grow pumpkins! This orange ghost makes his home in them. He is not one! Let friends hear you boast when you get to host this spirited ghost.

Think year-round fun! Pumpkins are not just holiday food and decorator items for frigid seasons. Goopy strengthens established traditions with new ideas for everyday living to be passed on for generations.

Transcript call to gardeners: “Grow Pumpkins! Pumpkins have a short shelf life. It should cause us no strife when they are baked, carved, or tossed, as long as more are grown”. See Goopy. (37 seconds)

Spice Things Up

Pumpkin spice without pumpkin? This blend of ground cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves may contain allspice, but it often leaves out the taste and the essential vitamins A, C, and E of the pumpkin.

Eat heartily and openly. Health kicks and diets thrive on plant-based ingredients. Savor every ‘yum-tastic’ morsel of your ‘spooktacular’ harvest. Grow Pumpkins extends the gardening season.

Spinach, beets, and avocado? OOO-OOO-NO! It's Goopy “OOO” Jingle time! Holidays aren't the only occasions during which to replace junk-food desserts with festive, healthy, pumpkin super-food treats.