I love Christmas. And, am readily excited for it. I really like Easter. We shall see how both of those turn out this coming year. I also love, really love, Halloween. It is the time of the year to be truly carefree, dress up and beg for candy. It’s so cool. However, that us right around the corner and don’t know what to expect. It will certainly have an air of spookiness. Perhaps, creepiness. How morbid will the costumes go this year? How much will they touch upon and reflect the genuine horror we have collectively from this past year?
I’m sure dark humor will abound. However, what mood can we be in? I know I will be dressing up. I always do. I may dress up as the queen from Alice in Wonderland. Something whimsical. Or I may go as Harley Quinn which is already past its cultural experation date.
Categories: Culture, current events, identity, mental health, Pop Culture, Psychology
I love Halloween too! I hope everything will be good
Now And Celebrating
Virtually From Years
We Will Erect the
18 Foot Tall Grim
Reaper Doll once
Again in our
Place For Real
For 4 Years
True i am Always
Dressed Down as me2.. 💀
I hope the coming holidays and merriment will shake off the pall of 2020. Great post!
If a couple dresses up in morbid costumes, is that comorbidity?
Enjoy your holidays. One of the best decisions i made to manage my mental health issues was to stop celebrating them. We barely even mark our birthdays anymore. Certainly not viable or desirable for everyone, but wow, so good for me.