Evie was tinkerbell, and Luke was some sort of Star Wars storm trooper or something or other.
G really didn't like it the first time we put the costume on him, but he got used to it, or at least resigned himself to the humiliation.
George was often described as the poor kid on "A Christmas Story" that was forced to wear a bunny outfit on Christmas. I feel absolutely no remorse.
Chuck and I were able to bring Rosie, and we met up with our friends, Aaron, Stacey and Eli.
Here are all the kids. Trust me, there wasn't a better picture of all of them than this and they hated sitting still so I could take pictures.
Evie received the most elaborate balloon crown I've ever seen!!!!
Evie sitting on the "real" unicorn, which had recently pooped.
Here's the bounce house underneath crystal chandeliers. Yes, I see the ridiculous aspect of it. I would have never imagined participating in such an event as a kid
The next day I attended three Halloween parties/parades within a matter of hours. I started out at Luke's Storybook Parade at 8:30. Then I moved on to George's Halloween parade at 9:00 and then made it to Evie's Harvest festival at 11:15. I didn't get a good picture of Luke because he was basically hiding behind his teacher for some reason, but I got lots of pictures of George and Evie. Here are a few.
And here's Evie's party.
She's such a princess.
It was all very fun, but I have been sick for more than three weeks and I was really worn out from all the partying. I finally took myself to the doctor that afternoon. He has informed me that I have allergies. I have my doubts, but I'll see if his prescription works. I really should give deference to his opinion since he has been practicing medicine since before I was born. In any event, I hope I feel better soon, because I'm tired of being sick and I have a lot to do.