DiNovember started off with a bang this morning – it’s a newly established holiday in our house where Inara’s dinosaurs get up to trouble each day of the month (with credit due to our friend Brian Johnson for the idea). The dinosaurs stole the pumpkins and cobwebs from the Halloween decorations and are industriously turning them into a snowman to celebrate the start of the month.
I love Halloween – how can you not with pumpkin carving, candy and costumes? Tyler and I love the original Pink Panther movies (although we love the cartoons as well) and so the pumpkins we carved this year (along with our friend Oliver) paid tribute to that. Pared with the fun we had with this year’s costumes for the Guild Hall Halloween party and the Northern Masquerade it’s shaping up into a fantastic Halloween. I hope yours is as well. […]
We threw a giant Halloween party last night – it raged all night and well past the wee hours of the morning, and was filled with a very colourful cast of characters including crocdiles, bears, the god Pan, walruses, pixies, vikings, Walmart shoppers, pirates, wood nymphs, wrestlers, hipsters, shrubbery, road kill, Cruella Deville, muskateers, Betty Boop, gypsies, a flamingo that looked a little like a transvestite with a lawn ornament on his head, and a giant penis (not entirely well […]
I love Halloween – I always have – and can you blame me, it’s a holiday that promotes dressing up in costumes. Two years ago, I was living in Vancouver for my masters thesis (the same thesis that I defend in a couple of weeks to give you some sense of how ridiculously long this process has taken). We were going to an annual Halloween party at our friends Aman’s and Nicole’s place. We got a phone call on Halloween […]