From the Troll Dolls!
Please forgive the gentlemen….they were major troopers and wore women’s unitards which don’t offer the ….er…. support of men’s unitards.
Remember these things from childhood?
I had quite the collection as a child. Jewel-bellies, costumed, miniature, you name it. I still haven’t forgiven my mom for donating them.
Anyway, dressing as an old childhood iconic toy was a hoot. We had such a blast and will make attending the Cleveland Museum of Natural History‘s Halloween Gala every year. For only $35, you get to enjoy the party, appetizers, 2 drink tickets, and a great live band!
Earlier today, at my school, there was a big Halloween celebration. All of the kids dressed up….and so did the teachers. The kids were definitely cuter. It was an exhausting, jovial day. Many of my students knew that I had dressed as a Troll doll last weekend and they couldn’t understand why I didn’t wear that costume again! Um…because it involved a nude leotard and toxic hairspray that took 7+ washings to remove. Patty (my co-teacher) and I went for something a bit more reserved that gave us an excuse to exercise some silence and dressed as mimes. Here is some evidence.
Tonight we’re going to Nighttown to see our friend’s band, Honeybucket play a sold out show. It’s a night for celebrating– Honeybucket’s 2nd birthday and of course, Halloween!
And before parting to celebrate, I’ll leave you with some ghosts of Halloweens past.
Happy Halloween, folks! Have a Spooktacular night!
Until next time.