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25 Halloween Costumes w/Your LBD

The easiest way to create a last-minute or inexpensive Halloween costume is to start with things you already have. I do it every year, because I get so frustrated with how expensive yet poorly-made most Halloween costumes are. I'd rather use what is already in my closet, or spend a little extra on accessories or a new dress that I can wear anytime of the year. A little black dress is the easiest way to use what you have to create a Halloween costume with a few inexpensive accessories and other accessories you probably already have in your closet.Pictured Above: Halloween Black Mesh Dress


1. Black Cat - This is the easiest way to use your little black dress on Halloween. I know it's pretty much the most generic costume in history, but for good reason - it's just so easy and affordable. It's the perfect last-minute costume for women, because you could really use any black outfit even if you don't have a little black dress. Pair it with your black flats or heels and a…

Pic of the Week: The Church In Action


This was posted on my former Pastor's Facebook as they filled the building site for their future sanctuary with loads and loads of supplies for the victims of the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma. To me this has always been the essence of ministry - feed the hungry and clothe the poor. They are based in OKC, so rather than just giving money, they are serving as a distribution center for bottled water, gatorade, wipes, diapers, baby formula, hand towels, individually wrapped snacks, work gloves, toiletries (feminine products, paper products, hygiene items), baby bottles, bags, backpacks or plastic tubs to carry items, etc... and hand delivering to those in need. They are continuing to accept donations here.

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  1. I and my Oklahoma family and friends thank them from the bottom of our hearts. :) I too like seeing the donations go directly to local organizations. They're the people who won't leave, and will continue to support the impacted areas and people until they are fully back on their feet.

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