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Sindy's Blog - October 20, 2005

Sindy's Blog - October 20, 2005 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Find out what Sindy has decided to be for Halloween this year by reading her free online blog. Youll hear what other Kidzworld members are doing for this spooky holiday too!

October 20, 2005

Last year I went as a vampire for Halloween, so I wanted to be something a little less scary this time. I've been racking my brain for weeks now trying to come up with something good and I think I've finally got it!

I was scouring my local thrift store the other day and I came across this super cute dress that would make the most perfect Pocahontas costume ever. All I really need to do is sew on some beads and maybe a bit more fringe and it'll be ready to go. Of course, I'm going to splurge and buy those moccasins I've been eyeing for months. I can wear them for my costume and then keep wearing them all winter long!

I'm not really sure what's going on this Halloween. I'm pretty sure we have a dance coming up next week, but as for Halloween night, I have no idea. Maybe I can convince a bunch of my friends to come out trick or treating with me. I'm pretty sure Josh wants to hang out and watch scary movies too. Actually, the more I think about it, the more excited I get. Halloween is such an awesome holiday!

Do you guys have your costumes ready? Halloween is just over a week away you know! If you're still stumped for a costume, you should check out all the cool ideas that Kidzworld has been posting! Anyways, I probably won't get a chance to post another blog until after the big day so happy trick or treating everyone! Be sure to fill me in on all your spooky adventures!

1 I know it sounds kind of lame but I'm gonna be a box with a sheet over my head and it will look very odd.
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1 Hey, I'm going to be - and this one sounds like something a little kid would do but its my favorite - a vampire for Halloween! It can be totally transformed and turned into a great party outfit. It's just a cute red skirt, black shirt and sparkly black cap. You can get a wig too but I just dye my hair electric black with Loreal Color Pulse. It's really easy and cute! That's just my idea.
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Peace Out,

Sindy

 

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