I used a little make-up to give myself pointier eyebrows and the crazy hair sticking down. Here is a closer view.
And the full body shot. I had to get a shirt from the Lighthouse thrift store to complete the ensemble.
I hung the picture below it to wear on Halloween itself to show kids what I was supposed to be. I didn't have it on there for the party because I figured most adults would know. I mean who hasn't seen. . . .
I wish I could say that the costume was my idea but it wasn't. It also wasn't my idea to dress the newest Case "Sadie" up as a witch either. She looks less than thrilled about the idea. In fact, she looks like she's switching into kill mode.
And Kersten (daughter's bff) wanted to put on my "head on a tray" costume from last year to scare kids with (see last year's blog post http://coreycase.blogspot.com/2011/11/halloween.html ) but just ended up looking like the happiest corpse on the planet or beyond.
Lastly, I will show you the children's pumpkin carving efforts. Actually "designing" efforts on Lukah and Cal's as I had to do the actual carving from their drawings. Now if we had only remembered to actually light them before trick or treating was over. Oooops. Well, here's Mikah's.
And lastly, Cal's.
We actually handed out candy this year because for the first time, the kids were all too old. However, if I went by some of the trick or treaters that I had, I'm not too sure that I'm too old. One of the last ones we had actually sported a full beard. It was real, too, and I think his wife was trick or treating with him. Oh well, we actually had a half of a bowl left over so we get some treats now that there is none to steal, uh I mean "borrow" from the kids. Hope you all had a