No, it's not dejavue. You have seen this post before and not that long ago.
When I put this together, I wanted to include a pix of everyone who was at my birthday/Thansgiving gathering at my mom's on Oct.14. I didn't take any pix with my sister Jane and my nephew Graham, so I used pix of the two of them at a family gathering in the summer for my post.
My sister saw the post and commented to me that people are gonna think she didn't want to accept it's mid fall cuz she was wearing a skimpy dress, as seen in the photo on the left. If you scroll through this article, you'll see that we've hooked Jane up with some much warmer attire. LOL! Kinda takes me back Jane. To the days I uxed to draw you upside down or with all sorts of other oddities.
Think of a Halloween costume you remember seeing on Scribbles over the past 20 years. There's no shortage of guises to pick from. In fact, we've featured more photos of you celebrating Halloween, in the last two decades, than we have of any other holiday...including Christmas!
With THAT many awesome costumes, it was time we put them all together in one massive collection, hence The Ultimate Costumes Collection.
The video runs about 8 1/2 minutes, pick a time to watch when you aren't rushed, so you can really enjoy your candy-filled trip down memory lane.
LISTEN TO OTHER MUSIC: If you're not into Michael Jackson's Thriller or Sweet Transvestite, MUTE THE VIDEO and listen to music of your choice. The video works well with other music, make the image full screen with your music for a very cool Halloween costumes slideshow.
A pair of reports courtesy of the Trevor Project shine a light on the importance of a supportive adult voice in the lives of LGBTQ youth: just having at least one accepting adult in their lives reduced the chance of a suicide attempt by an LGBTQ youth by 40 percent.
While past studies have focused on the importance of parents who accept their LGBTQ children, this new report goes farther, finding out that any supportive adult can make a difference.
A total of 34,808 youth took part in the survey, with 25,896 included in the final sample. Of these, 20,202 had disclosed their orientation to their parents, a different family member, a teacher or guidance counselor, or a doctor or healthcare provider.
This support is important, too: the Trevor Project also found that over 1.8 million LGBTQ people ages 13-24 considered suicide each year. Most of those — 1.2 million — are just between the ages of 13-18.
According to the Trevor Project, suicide is the second leading cause of death amongst young people, and LGBTQ youth are four times more likely to consider, plan for, and attempt suicide than their non-LGBTQ peers.
If you need help from The Trevor Project, call 1-866-488-7386, text 678678, or visit their website for additional options.
This video really needs no introduction, but I'll provide one anyway. From birthdays & a school reunion to a camping trip & and a parade, you'll find stories, photos and video footage of many of our Scribbles friends, doing them all.