"If you don't see the real me, you won't see what love has won..." Vota

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Dressing up is fun to do.

Last night was birthday party and tonight was trunk or treat at BCCC. Ollie was a clown both nights and Turkey was a bunny and a clown consecutivly.


  1. I hope you are not too much into halloween. I am afraid it is a celebration for the devil.
    Tammy Faye Gossett

  2. We do not celebraqte Halloween. We celebrate fun. It is just a fun time to dress up (among all the other times the girls dress up)and have fun with friends. I grew up not celebrating it too. We always had an alternative fall festival or hootenany at the church. This was for a dress up birthday party of Ollie's and our trunks of treats at church. I totally agree with you on the origins of Halloween (and all of the evil costumes out there.)

    I remember one year, I was Lydia (the seller of purple and won a unique costume contest and my brother was John the Baptist. We were often Bible characters as kids. I guess this could be a witnessing tool. Maybe next year our family can go to trunks of treats as David and his sheep or the patriarchs...

  3. Did you see the link about the origins of halloween that i posted on facebook? It was a repost of an email a good friend sent to me, and i was pretty fascinated by it.

  4. http://www.biblicalhorizons.com/open-book/no-28-concerning-halloween/
    Thanks Tana. Very interesting!


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