Brian is actually having a lot of fun handing out candy.
Lucky for all the neighborhood kids, he won the debate. Therefore, no apples tonight. We’re giving out miniature candy bars. It was really weird because the kids were only taking one each. We had to tell them they can get more than one. Although, we’ve since had a couple of groups come through who took more than a handful. LOL.
I’m enjoying some Woodchuck Cider in a frosted mug, which just happens to be one of our Brew Ha-Ha mugs from last year. It’s because I’m trying to get in the mood for Friday. Anyway, here are some Halloween highlights…
Brian dressed as an angry priest who just got pulled over by a Mulvane cop. LOL. The angry look is so realistic, too.
He’s not as angry in this photo.
And happier yet.
I dressed as a school girl, complete with a backpack prop.
Jenni didn’t party with us this year, but she sent me a photo of her costume anyway. She said she was dressed as a “cougar.” I wondered, how is that different from any other day? That’s like me dressing as a Zumba instructor for Halloween. Pa-dum-pum. LOL. (Just kidding, Jenni! You know I love you!)
After the Fabulous Fleshtones finished their first set at RD’s County Line, we left to attend Hideki’s Halloween party. Here’s a photo of Andrea and me.
I’m not sure who brought the moonshine. I didn’t have any. It smelled really strong.
Brian and I got to play some Rock Band.
Hideki has the best Rock Band set up of anyone we know.
I usually play drums because I’m terrible at guitar or bass.
BTW, these last few photos were taken by Meader Woo. He is the best party photographer – ever! Here’s one with Frederique.
Melissa, Brian and me…
I got to wear pig tails again the next day when we attended Gina Ann’s annual Halloween party. They go all out on decorations inside and outside the house!
Gina Ann said that this was to be a kids’ party, so Brian and I dressed in footed pajamas in order to fit in.
Andrea dressed as Kim Possible. She is so creative!
Here’s a photo of all the Zumba girls. Though, we’re still working on Becca.
I had to dress up again yesterday because it was the designated Halloween dress up day at work. I was going to put on my cap and gown and dress as a graduate, but I couldn’t find my tassel. Decided to be a cowgirl at the last minute because I already had the stuff for it. It’s basically just regular clothes, with cowboy boots, a cowboy hat and a bandana. It’s an easy costume to put together.
Lance came as a fisherman.
Isaac came as a golfer. I really could have come as a Zumba instructor since everyone else was representing their hobbies. LOL.
Faith had the best costume of all…
Although, I’m quite impressed with myself for pulling off three different Halloween looks this year. And to think the only thing that I spent money on was the school girl costume ($10). I already had everything else in my closet.
BTW, I’ve been handing out candy on and off as I type this blog entry but we haven’t had any trick or treaters come through in the last half hour or so. I think Halloween might be officially over. And we still have a lot of candy left! Boo!