[As I am typing this entry, I am staying home for the next and possibly tomorrow too as I am making the painful decision to put my little darling to sleep later tonight. For the past few weeks, she had been brave, she fought and struggled, but now now now, nothing will bring her back. But I know she will be in a better place soon. Just a little update for those of you who have been so concerned, and sending me your thoughts.]
I have created a facebook album, and this is the public link, so you can see all 129 selected pictures from that night. I can't possibly spam this entry with pictures.
For other halloween related entries, click the following:
Featured on STOMP's website
Featured on MissChievous website *she got our names wrong though. :p
2 deadly dames makeup
Queen of Hearts makeup
halloween makeup haul and special effects
Honestly, I didn't expect this whole halloween thing to turn out so massive. It was a rather last minutre spur of the moment decision, and we just went for it.
Basically, my sisters, her friends, and myself got dressed up and decided to go all out for Halloween this year. We have never done it before, and it was a brave attempt. Everyone chipped in with their expertise and help in getting the materials, costumes, suuplies etc. We started preparing at about 5 ish, and didn't leave the house til 10.30pm. Lotsa of makeup , lotsa of hair, lotsa of everything.
Our destination was Zouk, and when all 8 of us got out of the car, everyone in the costume Q let out audible gasps of 'WOW' , and it didn't help that we completely bypassed the snaking Q and went straight to the entrance and got in without having to stand in line. It was hard moving about because on top of the crowd inside, we were constantly stopped to have our pictures taken. I think the size of our group and how we were all elaborately dressed up really made an impression.
Then we went to Clarke Quay about 1ish, and it was another photo op there. Tourists, strangers, were all completely amazed, calling out to us and complimenting our effort and looks and the whole time we all kept our deadly faces straight, looking very aloof but gamely stopped to have our pictures taken with them.
Frankly it felt really exciting, and I guess the disguise really allowed us to act all cool and and confident, but inside we were giddy from all the attention. :) After parading about Clarke Quay and having BK fries and coke, we finally went home for the night. :)
Thanks for reading~
Posted on November 01, 2009 at 5:45PM | Permalink
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