Monday, October 31, 2005

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!

As most of you know, I made the journey to Lubbock this weekend for the second annual Halloween/Dina’s B-day extravaganza. I have loads of pictures to show you, but I don’t want to overwhelm you. Having said that, I am going to only introduce you to the cast of characters on this post.
These are the good folks that I partied with:

First up,
Looking like we came straight out of the pages of your high school history book:
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From left to right:
Dale “the Duke”, Sarah “Cleopatra”, Dina “sexy Musketeer”, Danny “Jack the Ripper”.

When I first met Dale, I thought that his name was “Duke.” The guys thought this was pretty funny so the nickname stuck. I hope that explains his costume to you. IF not, then perhaps you should have your cognitive skills tested.

We also had Cody “the priest” with us
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And Landon the nun,
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A couple of bikers
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Jeff who came as “Jeff, the 20+ pounds lighter version”, or “Jeff, the Broke ass Rapper”.
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Jacqui the Pirate
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Leslie and Terry a.k.a. “Jack Tripper and Chrissy Snow”.
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I will be posting Halloween pictures and stories for a few days. Come back and see what happened to the group as the night progressed.
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“you know you wanna find out all the gossip”

This Final Picture is me at the exact moment of when I got a “buzz”.
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Ya’ll come back now!

5 Comments:

Blogger j3 said...

Duke? Nah, that's Elvis.

7:10 PM  
Blogger Sweet Pea said...

Sarah...I admire your gusto with costumes...can you pass on some of that excitment? Maybe it's that I just don't like wigs?

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys looked great! I can't wait to hear about it! How was
L-town? Peace out. :)Rach

6:29 AM  
Blogger sarahsmile3 said...

Sweet,
THe first thing I do when choosing a costume is find a wig I like. THen, I design the costume from that wig. The wig dictates what I will be. After that, I usually make my own costume because the store bought ones can be crappy and I don't want to have the same costume on as anyone else. SOmetimes, store bought costumes are ok (I thought Dina's was great). Any-hoo, if you are opposed to wigs then my advice is null. THanks for the compliment.

4:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's up with the band aids?

7:17 AM  

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