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Re: halloween costume

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ARTNSOUL12_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Thu Oct 11 2001 - 19:52:18 PDT


Good diversion, this frivolous thread!

If you heard his speech, the President is now telling us there are threats of
terrorism to happen in the next few days. I'm nervous enough and now more
worried about my own children who are in NYC. I know, it could happen
anywhere, but somehow Grand Central Train Station or The Midtown Tunnel,
among other crowded places in NYC, is not my place of choice, at the moment.

O.k...back to Halloween and of carefree and fun thoughts.. I once went to a
Halloween party as an "Italian Dinner for Two". It was a simple costume: a
rectangle box covered with a plastic checkered red and white tablecloth. I
set the table with two place settings (plastic plates and wine glasses,
napkins, forks, etc.), then added real spaghetti and sauce, Italian bread,
and wine, of course. I made a hole in the center of the table for my head, so
the table rested on my shoulders. The centerpiece? Why, a basket of plastic
fruit on my head! It was actually a breeze to balance, but dancing wasn't so
easy...LOL... My husband went as "Chef Oy-Ardy" (as in Boyardi) Sp? Not
everyone will get that one!

Guess this we should just file this thread under "creative ideas", as it's a
stretch to art education... Susan on Long Island

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