Had a great Halloween weekend again this year. Hard to believe it’s over already.
Thursday I went out to the Haunted Web of Horrors to scare some folks for a good cause- Youth Villages.
Started off doing some scary zombie make-up.
Had “Lil’ Richard” help me with my Beetlejuice make-up.
Then went outside to work the crowd in the queue lines with Kevin “Ghostbuster” Williams.
Friday night was Nicki’s and my anniversary (2yrs 2mos dating) and 1 year before we both say “I do!’ to each other.
I went by her work and dropped off some flowers to her. Later we did dinner at home and while she cooked and we watched some Hammer horror I made her a Beetlejuice shadowbox.
It included some BJ action figures, a photo of the proposal in Phoenix, and the severed finger I used in the proposal.
The next morning we were up bright and early to head out to Germantown for the Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure 5K.
I got to film some handheld video for my buddy Timmy who was videoing the breast cancer cure race festivities.
And I actually finished the race…even though I was one of the last.
Hey- I stopped to take pictures as usual.
After the race we did breakfast with our friends Tim, Traci, and Rhonda and then headed to Comics and Collectibles for Dean Zachary’s DC Halloween Special signing.
At the signing we ran into our friends Eddy Zeno (above) and Adam Shaw who both had attended the race, too.
Soon we headed back down south to meet Vicky and the DeSoto Arts Council to set up at Southern Thunder Harley Davidson.
I had another one man show in front of the Harley dealership for the night.
We put some of my “Monsterpieces” on display outside the entrance.
It was nice to hear some folks thought they were enlarged photos!
I also brought a couple of my “Scared Silly” cartoon paintings to display, too.
Once the set up was done outside- inside one of the showrooms it was time for The Rocky Horror Picture Show!
The DeSoto Arts Council put together prop bags which included squirt guns, newspapers, toilet paper and more!
I got squirted and Nicki got TP’ed!
It was a heck of a party and a well attended event!
Thanks to Vicky, Lisa, and all the DeSoto Arts Council volunteers for a fun night.
The next afternoon was Halloween so Nicki and I headed over to Theatre Memphis for an afternoon performance of Sherlock Holmes.
Got to see my Sherlock paintings hanging up for the last day of the show.
We ran into fellow MSCA member Adam Shaw again who had his seat next to ours- which were great seats- third row center!
After the play I got to meet Tony Isbell/Sherlock and see my old pal Jim Palmer/Moriarty.
Then it was time to head home to watch some TV (Young Frankenstein) and hand out candy.
Nicki decided to freak the cats out a bit with my bat-hat.
Jarael had the last laugh!
Hope everyone had a Happy Halloween, too!
And speaking of happy- Happy Birthday to my mom!