Living Arts of Tulsa debuted a new wall displaying 16 Dia de Los Muertos murals tonight & it is mindblowingly awesome. I cannot wait to see it in person and actually explode from all the awesome.
|via Living Art's FB|
We finished it off with hairpieces we got from Erin from her Sunshine & Carousels line. And they were perfect. I wish I had better pictures to do it justice, but you get the idea.
Can we just make it mandatory to dress up in costume every time you go to a show? It makes it a million times more enjoyable when I get to see a cow, an indian princess, the Joker, and a magical unicorn all in the same dancing circle. And I think I'm less upset if a guy in a penguin suit decided to cut in front of me (just sayin'..). I'm sorry I didn't creepily snap pictures of people in their costumes, but my description alone should otherwise convince you. Ah, it was such a fun time. I think dancing is my third favorite thing to do in life. I'm not exaggerating either.
Oh! I forgot to add my pumpkin carving to my last post. I carved my first pumpkin in my first year of marriage and haven't stopped the tradition since. It's my favorite. This year I got a little ambitious but it didn't turn out too bad. My first time attempting a relief technique. Can you guess who it is?
I hope you guys are recovering from your candy hangover.. I stayed away because I don't have much of a sweet tooth, anyway. Ooh, blasphemy on Halloween! ;)