Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Halloween Was A Real Drag

Well I'm not the worlds most masculine man
But I know what I am and I'm glad Im a man
And so is Lola
Lo-lo-lo-lo Lola
Lola -- The Kinks
Cross-dressing was the unspoken theme for the men Saturday October 28th at our annual Halloween Party. We hosted the Indigo Girls, the Ugly Stepsisters, and my personal favorite, Tracy as Brittany Spears. I was a "hanging judge", complete with noose and rope marks on my neck. There were so many great costumes; it was difficult to get pictures of everyone and some of the photos we did take didn't come out (camera problems...think I need a new one for Christmas. Any recommendations?).

I love the photo of the
table with the (unententional) spooky effects.We had a fabulous time and I think the guests did, too; things didn't wind down until about 1:30am. Of course, the short people were up at 6:15 old time so we were a bit tired on Sunday!

On Sunday after a quick nap we took the girls to the Camp Silver Beach Halloween Party. It's a great event sponsored by the YMCA with games, hayrides, a hay maze and other activities. It was so windy they kept losing their clown hats, but we had a fabulous time.

Since the party weekend the Turmanators have been really busy deconstructing the decorations, going trick or treating, then high-tailing it out of town without the short people for a long, relaxing weekend. I'll be sure to post more pictures of the party, Halloween, and our trip to Hershey, PA soon.


Clare said...

Great pics, wish we couls have been there! The house is looking great and I can't wait until we are there to see all the renovations! Miss you and Love you!

Deana said...

OMG was that Tracy? All the guests and you look wonderful! Looks like a fun party...I like the eerie effects around the table shot too.

Clare said...

P.S. The girls look like teenagers! What heppend to my little girls?

NCArthurs said...

Next year we are so there! I won't miss it two years in a row. Maybe an appropriate theme for the men next year would have something to do with firefighters?

The Turmanators said...

You're right, Janice! You wouldn't believe how many singe-marks I found the next day!