31 Day Challenge-Day 4

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   This one took a minute for me to remember…as you get older it gets harder.  So from what I can remember or the first thing to come to mind was when I was maybe 9 or 10….

  When I was in the 4th grade, everyone had to dress up for Halloween and back then everyone would make their own costumes or buy them if they were lazy.  I told my mother I wanted to be an Indian girl and she made it happen. She used these four items:

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   That was all she needed to turn this into this……

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The feather wasn’t that long but this was kinda how I remembered my costume.  I loved it..it was so creative.  I made a necklace of cheerios to go with the outfit and it lasted all day long.

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That’s it for now…until tomorrow….Don’t forget

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Published by lafrieda40

"Boss Lady" is what they call me.. I am mom of 3, wife, and blogger. I live, laugh, love life to the fullest!

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