I’ll let the video speak for itself:
Regina George may think people can wear whatever they want on October 31st.
There are many beautiful, wonderful things in life in which to find humor & joy.
The Holocaust is NOT one of them.
If you agree with me (and you should!), please spread this message/post anyway that you can.
Oh, also I read a book by the German LDS General Authority F. Enzio Busche.
It changed my life.
Must write about it soon. Until then, here’s a wonderful video by him:
But back to costumes (bookending again!),
here is one of my personal favorites of my own:
Strong women are hot, ya’ll.
Click here for some of my other Halloween hits (literally!) and misses…
And speaking of, if somebody’s costume offends you,
don’t be afraid to stand up for yourself.
Take a tip from my friend (pictured above!) Rosie (the Riveter).
And to sum up in one brilliant phrase my beliefs on costumes,
allow me to quote from THE greatest playwright of all time.
“There is much truth in jest (for good and for bad)”
Now it’s time for a little text-to-self connection (my favorite part!):
Righteous Readers: what do your Halloween Costumes say about you (for good and for bad)?
PS. If you think the fact that there is a Picture of a Pumpkin on this Post (about Halloween!) is a coincidence, THINK AGAIN.