You have probably gathered that halloween is my alltime favorite holiday.This year was no exception.

Somehow we ended up being a total woodland crew-- costumes ranged from Mother Earth and Pan to the Mythical Jackalope.

We also had an Edward Scissorhands:
We started the night in Lake Oswego at my friend Eric's mansion. He somehow got hooked up with a room in this gigantic house that floats ON the lake and is amazing. They had pumpkin seeds and Jungle juice, so you know it was good.
We headed back to town to catch the second half of the Starf'r concert at the Wonder Ballroom, which was, as predicted, AWESOME. I will say, however, if you plan on going to a concert on halloween you should second guess the face-paint. By the end of the show all of our costumes were half destroyed and I looked more like a hobo than a woodland raccoon. Luckily, we packed extra face paint and I even had a back up set of raccoon ears.
After the show we tried to catch the bus to a party on Burnside, but I guess none of us took into consideration how hard it is to get a group of 10+ people to a destination (the bus stop) at a specific time. We watched it drive by and waved. Then, out of the blue comes WIZARD, the Savior of Walking 3 Miles in your Costume on Halloween:
Wizard picked us up at a gas station and tooks us to where our hearts desired most, LOGANS HOUSE!
It was late by the time we showed up to Logans porch, but the halloween festivities were still rocking full force.
Grace was a Drunk Pumpkin for halloween. She stayed in character all night.

We danced our tails off.

They had an awkwardly low disco ball that Edward Caleb Hands couldn't understand.

They had grape flavored Everclear, which someone explained to me as 'the best worst idea.' then I walk in on this...awesome.

As the clock struck 4 and I thought the night couldnt get any better, along comes a Somber Sunflower we all know as Cloud. No one knows how he got there or how he knew where we were, but...I was speechless..

It was just awesome.


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