And now for the big fun. I love me some Halloween.
Before Mark, I can’t remember a Halloween I didn’t dress up for.
While living at 3608 Roland Avenue in Hampden, Hon, I had a few memorable costumes.
While a waitress at Café Hon, how could I not dress up as a dead waitress.
My friend MB, on the left, was Princess Grace of Monaco.
I had me a Halloween party. And was happy and shocked when my friends Felicia came dressed as the same character as I was.
Her name is Death. She’s a character from a Graphic novel called Sandman written by Neil Gaiman.
But the biggest costume I ever endeavored to pull off?
That would be the year I shaved all my hair off to go as G I Jane.
I’d say I did a pretty good job pulling it off, wouldn’t you?
My girls Bonnie and Sally are with me on the porch of the Golden West Cafe on the Avenue, where I was the sole employee when it first opened.
And that is where I worked when I started dating Mark, my now husband.
The next year we dressed up as a pirate and his cabin boy. The picture may make him look drunker than he was. I said may.
I was very pleased with the mock pilgrim shoes I fashioned for him. Silver buckles are tied on. Note the golf sock tan.
And last, but not least, our cleverest co-costume…
The pimento loaf and cheese sandwich. This shot doesn’t do it justice. Nor does it flatter.
The costume was so cute though, it won another couple a prize at a costume party.
And this concludes my very own costume parade.
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