Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Hammond Halloween 2010

 It was another fun Halloween at the Hammond house!
 Ray and I were Edwina and H.I. McDunnough from Raising Arizona.  I'm sure the people who haven't seen the movie were confused, but the ones who had seen it got who we were!
 We had friends and family over for our annual Halloween party.  We order bread bowls that look like pumpkins, and have soup and chili.
Here are the people who came:
 Parkinsons
 Stephens
 The other Hammonds
She was a cleaning lady, and he was Mr. Clean!
 Tim and boys (sad that the rest of their fam couldn't come)
 Smiths
Buff and Blake (costumes made by Bethany herself)
 My parents were there too, but I never got a picture of them:(

 Marinne was a witch.
 James was a prisoner.
 Blake was a fellow inmate.

 Brynlee was Cindy Lou Who (another one that some people didn't get, but I thought it was a cute idea)
I covered a pumpkin bucket to make it look like a Christmas ornament.
 Ray's jack-o-lantern served as a great good luck charm, and The Giants won the World Series!
 The kids sorting and trading candy.
 Jordan and Karin always make the best doughnuts from scratch for the party!

5 comments:

Sally said...

I got it and I love it! Best looking Ed and H.I. that I've ever seen. And points to you for originality. I haven't seen Jordan for years and years and years. hi Jordan! happy Halloween. We spent it in Disneyland, so we don't have any pictures, and no costumes or candy either. Yea!

Brittany said...

How fun! I loved your costumes (and hope Ray keeps those sideburns!)

Kambria Smith said...

I'm so proud of myself! I knew exactly who you guys were with one quick glance at Ray. Well done. well done.

Merilee said...

What a fun party and I loved your costumes!:)

Cheryl said...

I totally got HI as soon as I saw it and laughed out loud!! I think I may have to pop in that movie... "I even caught myself driving by convenience stores... that weren't on the home." I also recognized Cindy Lou as soon as I saw the pic. Way to go all creative, Speaking of "cougs,"I was at a work dinner with Nicole last night and we were saying how we really need to go out to lunch sometime... maybe over Christmas break since she is working. What do you think?