Sunday, November 2, 2008

I'd Carve That!

So this week was filled with Halloween festivities. On Tuesday night we carved pumpkins with some of the girls I visit teach and had such a good time! We got the kit with patterns and tools so that we could make designs on the pumpkins, fancy style :) I made a vampire cat, Alena made a spider, and Mona made a she says ;) Just kidding they all turned out great!

Then on Wednesday night we went to the Haunted Lagoon at the Polynesian Cultural Center over in Laie. They haunted the canoe ride and it was freaky! They had guys that would hide under the water and pop up and splash you as you rode past, they had people that would lean over the bridges or they dropped big hairy spiders down onto you. Seriously the best $8 scare you will ever get. Something that you just can't get on the mainland! :) We have some pictures from it but I haven't had time to scan them in yet sorry. 

On Thursday night I had some friends over to watch The Office and made a spooky dinner of spaghetti and 'eyeballs' with 'lady finger' french bread and dirt cups with worms for dessert. Yum-o! It turned out pretty good if I do say so myself ;) 

I forgot to take a picture at first so this is a half eaten version haha. 

 So little red riding hood, an angel, a witch, Superman, Batman, a New Kids on the Block fan, and a pimp  walk into a bar...
That pretty much describes Friday night:) I went with Mona and some friends from work to Moose Mcgillicutty's to dance and we had a blast! They loved there J├Ąger bombs but don't worry I just had some chocolate milk ;) Let me just say Mardi Gras is to New Orleans what Halloween is to Waikiki! There were thousands of people wandering the streets in anything and everything you could imagine. I didn't really take any pictures unfortunately but one of my co-workers got this nasty one of me after dancing...I was little red riding 'hood' ;) BUT you can't even see my bling or most of my costume for that matter...sad story! I will check with my other friend to see if she got any better ones.

Here is the rest of the group:

New Kids on the Block groupies: Jayme, Ali, Natalie, and Tricia

Venus and Serena? aka Ann Marie, Loretta, and Thea

Jijo, Mona, and Natalie

And here is some random goodness from around town:

Pants optional...

Moral of the Halloween ever!! I would recommend it to anyone who is not faint of heart or easily scarred for life ;)


Valery G. said...

Looks like you had a fantastical Halloween week!!! You and your friends are very creative. Your Fall Break looked like a ball as well. You have had so many visitors. I bet you love it or does it get hard to keep everyone busy? I would love to come and visit some time. I love you and Hawaii!!!

Melissa said...

I love having visitors! You should come down for sure. it would be so fun to see you! I love you and hawaii too!;)

Okie said...

I love this post so much!!! "I would recommend it to anyone who is not faint of heart or easily scarred for life!" ha ha, that's classic. I would like to thank you for the analogy, I totally aced that part of your blog! haha. And if it's true that Mardi Gras: New Orleans; Halloween: Waikiki I would just like to say this... See you next year for Halloween for SURE!

Voldemort has come and gone and he sucked my will to live on the way by :( I didn't do as well as I needed to, but at this point there is no turning back, so we'll see! Push comes to shove, I move to Hawaii and beach bum around. My good friend Melissa will support my habits. I could even take up Jaeger bombs... haha

Love and miss you!

Your Bishop said...

What - drinking and wild parties. Come see me on Sunday. . . . Did I fool you. What is a mom to think. I guess your sheltered life in Sandy, Utah has lead to a wild and crazy life on the beach. HAHAHA So glad you are having a BLAST!!! See you in less than 4 weeks - more visitors!!!! Love ya Mom and Dad

Kimberly said...

hmmm...i could use some chocolate milk right about now..