|With Michael's best friend at the time, Angel Alfonso.|
|And my parents came to see the "production"!!|
Miriam's party. I dressed up as the singer Ke$ha and I made my friend, Julie, dress as Kansas Dorothy (the ruby slippers are even snug on my feet so she wore them mostly at the party when she could be sitting down) with my black flats. I don't think I got a picture of us together, nor did I really get a picture with Miriam. Sheesh. Before today I only had one picture on that post, but I'll just post them here. Less clicking.
|Miriam with Tom before she put some Joker makeup on him since he wasn't dressed up.|
|Miriam and Garth as a princess and her frog prince.|
|Black Swan, white swan, with a Ghostbusters guy.|
|Tom and Brittany sharing a laugh. I've met her three times.|
In 2013, before the holiday, I got in a Wizard of Oz mood and did a shoot with Sasha. Then at the end of the month, our friends Banks and Lacey had a Halloween party at their house in California. Everyone there dressed up, so that was good. Sometimes I think I don't take very many pictures of Sasha, but apparently on this day she disagreed:
Here are some more pictures that I did not originally add in that post, including a behind the scenes of model and photographer!
Last year I didn't have to work Halloween, but still wanted to do something creative that Michael could help me with, and thought about Edward Scissorhands. So he did the make up on me (see Instagram pic) and then Alana took the pictures for me. I spent a couple days in Gainesville instead so I could be there to celebrate Peyton's first Halloween and go to Boo at the Zoo with her. Of course I was Dorothy then too (punk Dorothy with my shaved hair and Converse), so I was obviously very excited when the last walk through area was the Wizard of Oz! Jacquie took these pictures on my phone because I wanted to be in some pictures with Peyton too. The girl in the top left of these four was Rafiki from the Lion King. I really loved that whole event and really hope they have something like that (fun and not scary) for us to take our future kids to in Orlando! I remember that Peyton was so interested in watching the group of girls do their synchronized Thriller choreography and other dances to Halloween sounding songs.