Halloween Shopping

31 Oct

I love Halloween.  I love dressing up, the cheesy puns, the strange things people consider “spooky”, and the attempts at cleverness.  Unfortunately, this year I couldn’t think of a good costume.  Last year I had a great costume, and it made my whole night so much more fun.

Halloween 2008

the bigger the hair, the closer to God

This year, I just never had that moment of inspiration.  We are going to our friends’ Colin and Jamie’s costume party tonight.  This morning Andrew had the inspired idea to dress like Jamie and Colin.  Perfect!  Here are Jamie and Colin:

Colin and Jamie

cute couple, no?

Jamie ran a marathon last year, and they got engaged a month ago, so I will be a marathon runner with a huge diamond ring.  Andrew got a sweet dark wig, and we’ll be drawing on some lovely sideburns.  On our frantic shopping trip this morning, we encountered scenes like this:

Walgreens

believe it or not, next to this shelf is a bunch of Christmas stuff

My mom was on the hunt for us as well, and she found the wig we needed at the 5 and 10 on Rice Blvd.  (I will do a post on that iconic establishment soon.)

Here’s some of the wonderful Halloween items we found:

vampire costume

this costume is FOR SURE from the eighties, maybe the seventies

weg

Not a great photo, but an awesome wig! It looks just like Colin's hair, haha!

I’ll add a photo once we get all dressed and are “in character”!  Oh wait, I almost forgot my favorite accessory…

engagement ring

hellooo, beautiful diamond!

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2 Responses to “Halloween Shopping”

  1. Mom October 31, 2009 at 7:41 pm #

    That costume last year made me laugh and laugh and laugh, and when I was feeling sad, I would simply look at that costume again! I vote that the best costume of all time!

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