Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Happy Halloween

In honor of last week's crazy events, for Halloween this year I'm dressing as the scariest thing I (well, it was actually Matt's idea) could think of:

THE WITCH FIRE


For those of you hiding in a cave last week, the Witch Fire was the largest and most ferocious of the Southern California fires that burned through the area. I sewed on my shirt "10% contained." I hope I don't get rotten tomatoes thrown at me today.


Here are a couple of my co-workers dressed in their Halloween garb:

Road-Kill Raccon (Misty) and Slash (Ashley)


What did you all dress up as this year?







9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Care Bear... I was bed-time bear because I go to bed at 9pm most nights.

Kayleigh

LauraLunch said...

You are so clever! I'm a boring secretary who could only muster up an orange sweater.

Jane said...

Nicely done with the costume, Erika. You're an awfully pretty witch fire! Oh, and one more thing...are those little bangs I see sneaking out under that hat?! How cute!

Dorothy said...

I dressed up as "Izzie" from Grey's Anatomy. I was actually the only person on my team dressed up...there was a pimp in the next aisle. That was pretty hilarious. I have started one of these things in hopes that I would post more often...you are my inspiration in that area. I am doing pretty well so far. Great costume btw:)

Nathan Colgate said...

Great idea and very well executed! My lack-of-costume this year was inspired by rudolf... and his big red nose.

Andi said...

i love it. it helps that you look hot.

this is the first year in many that i didn't dress up. so sad. sickness is running a muck over here.

but, jack went out as a super-hero & loved it once he realized people were giving him candy!

karen c said...

im so glad you guys were safe from the fires! how scary...i was a dirty construction worker named Dale for halloween...i just wanted to wear a mustachio...

Dani said...

That's stinkin' creative. You rock. I didn't dress up this year. I was sick and drugged that evening... but I love Halloween. I carved a pumpkin, watched scary movies, and put a mean Halloween playlist on my Myspace page... but that was the extent of my Halloween this year. :(

James said...

Loved the costume! Timely, clever, and funny--all the ingredients of a great Halloween costume.

And your friend dressed up as roadkill is awesome! I've been saying to myself for some time now that it would be a lot funnier if girls would stop trying to be so sexy for Halloween and go as something vile, like roadkill! Way to go, her! Please tell her John Kerry and I approve her costume message.