It's October now and one of my favorite holidays looms in the near future. Well, not really a holiday, more like a widely supported day of mischief and good candy. However you celebrate Halloween, the 31st always seems to deliver some sort of intrigue and electricity that just isn't found during any of the other calendar months. Personally I love the feeling that's in the air. Fall is officially here, leaves are changing, and soon the streets will be filled with the laughter of wayward princesses and little ghoulish phantasms racing down the street on sugar highs, an energy only matched by the spooky feeling of the days slowly belonging more to the night. October is also an important month in the fish industry. It's the U.S. National Seafood Month!! That's right, save your candy day for the 31st and spend the first 30 days of October feeding on delicious healthy seafood. Maybe your penance of nutritious seafood will off-set the imbalance of junk food you will consume in the one day of devilish feasting. Either way, eating seafood is a habit that could serve your skeleton well every month, not just in October.