Blogtober is almost ending. Can you believe it? It's been such an adventure. We've had so many highlights, so many memories.
What have been your favourite blogtober moments so far? One of my favourites has been the DHMO parody that I did. Did you fall for it? Comment down below if you fell for the DHMO parody.
But also today I want to recognize the significance of tomorrow, Halloween. Although many now know it as a secular holiday, Halloween is actually a Christian holiday meant to remember the dead, including martrys, saints, and the faithfully departed. Halloween, usually on 31st October, tomorrow, is the eve of All Saints Day. The entire holiday is known as Allhallowtide and it lasts for 3 days, from October 31st to November 2nd. However, the holiday has largely been overtaken by events and even though some countries celebrate it as a Christian holiday, church services and all, it is popularly known for the trick-or-treat tradition, pumpkin carving, and the scary movies. So, there you have it, a brief, incomplete history of Halloween.
Did you know that Halloween is a Christian holiday? Comment down below!