If middle school had a hat contest, I wore a freaking crazy hat. If high school homecoming week featured cross dressing day, you better believe I had a painted-on beard and a men's suit on. Camouflage day? Hell to the yes. I found a way to cover my entire body in shades of hunter green and khaki. If my office allows Halloween costumes, I'm dressing up.
Despite getting a few years older, my enthusiasm hasn't died down at all. And lucky me that I found someone who shares a mutual enjoyment of playing dress up. (Costumes, that is. Don't get any ideas, pervs.) Like me, the husband doesn't halfway do a costume or a theme day.
Here are a few photos exhibiting said mutual enjoyment:
80s Prom II (March 2009)
Ben's tacky Christmas sweater party (December 2008)
Bankhead to Buckhead party (April 2008) — for those of you outside of Atlanta,
basically we had a party with a "preps versus gangsters" theme
(preps not pictured here)
Dan runs the 2007 Dahlonega Halloween 5k with my sister Anna,
dressed as a 70s marathoner, of course
First 80s Prom (September 2007)
Halloween 2009's Billy Mays and OxiClean
And he dresses up nice, too. :)
Wonder what the next occasion will be...