{Today's Letters}

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Dear Mr. Loerke, Yesterday I found electrical tape and a bottle cap in the wash. Your laundry party favors are the shiz. Dear Camptober, So far you've been packed with coast to coast amazingness. Pretty sure I've liked you best in the Redwoods. Dear Neighborhood, While walking last night I saw a 65 year old man ride his long board into a drainage ditch and a boy in his driveway dressed as a hot dog. You be crazy. Dear Timothy James, So many good things ahead. This I know!

What was your favorite Halloween costume growing up? Someone please say a hot dog. This kid be cutie!

12 comments:

Han said...

I didn't dress up for halloween as a kid - my family don't celebrate it. I think I dressed as a fairy or an angel one year for a friend's unofficial Halloween party.

Daniel C White said...

Close .... I was Trojan Man in high school. I dressed like a 17th Century Trojan Soldier and handed out condoms. How's that for pre-Jesus in your life teenage goodness? :-) Needless to the say, the teachers loved it!

Rebecca F said...

I was on my junior high cheerleading squad and I borrowed our massive bronco mascot uniform and wore it around the neighborhood. You couldn't see my face so I would just stand really still and not say anything whenever people answered the door. :)

M. said...

I was a cowgirl, complete with stuffed animal horse head that strapped around my waist. I was killin it!

Chelle Lynn said...

Indian Princess, hands down.

Anonymous said...

hahaha as a kid?

My husband came back from a mission trip in the Himalaya's-I wore a yak costume to the airport.I've also worn it to work at the ski resort in town here.

Erin Toews said...

One year I was Belle from Beauty & the Beast . I loved that golden dress soo much, I often wore it in bed.

sarah richmond said...

camptober.

ha.

(love.)

ps. the redwoods miss you*


love,
twinner

Molly Roberson said...

Everyone should be an Indian. Duh. Most def my fave. Cowboys & mermaids are cool too :)

MariJean said...

I wasn't allowed to celebrate Halloween when I was little, but in college (they called it the Masquerade) I was a pirate...every year. My costume got better each time!

Jenn said...

Em, you are hilarious. Makes me realize I should start noticing the little things in life!

Annie said...

Dorothy! Handmade by my mom, ruby slippers and all!

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