A pumpkin I spray-painted with metallic paint for a cool decoration
Happy Halloween everyone! Halloween is my second favorite holiday (and was my very favorite as a kid; not because of the candy, but because of the awesome costumes my mom helped me make . . . and because I was obsessed with the idea of witches and magic and still am a little bit).
I'm not wearing a costume today, but I gave myself Halloween nails and chalked my hair just for fun.
Last weekend, I dressed as a flapper for a costume party. Ryan went as Aladdin and wore these really killer harem pants I made for him. (The photo just doesn't do them justice.)
Tonight, I'm going to a Samhain celebration and ancestors dinner. I'm taking a big crock pot of
to honor my paternal grandmother who passed away a couple years ago. I feel really grateful to have this opportunity to remember her and share stories about her with friends, especially since I was unable to go to her funeral which was out of town and coincided with my semi-fianals that year.
Doing watercolor with Memé in Monet's garden in Giverny when I was 14
With Memé looking out over the walls of Langres, our ancestral home, on the same trip