|This, my friends, is a pumpkin|
The first Tomorrowland staff Halloween party was the other day. Needless to say, it was a little disorganized: I guess a couple of managers threw it together. I'm glad they did though. There was a treat judging contest, and people got super creative for that. Cupcakes with brains, marshmallows with Frankenstein. And it was allll tasty. Then we rode Space Mountain a couple times straight because no one was in line. We also had "Hauntopia". Here's the thing about Disney staff: alot of them have worked other theme parks...as scarers. So we got on the creepy nighttime Autopia track(I never realized how much more menacing that track seems at night...), and had all manner of people dressed up as zombies and murderers greet us along the way. There were three of us crammed into my car, and we spent the whole time trying to figure out who was who, since all the scarers were people we knew.
Yesterday, I went for a walk near the apartments and found some interesting things. Not only is Muzeo right here, but not far off is a community center. When I was there they were displaying kinetic sculptures that were really, really neat. They were Halloween themed and were the kind that made you not sure if you should jump, or just wonder what was wrong with the artist. It was a pretty fall day out and so I got to see all the interesting houses. This is a historic district it turns out, so there are some super neat houses. The library is right next to the bus stop, and since I've gotten my handydandy temp card, I went there and got myself some books. Hooray!! Also, every Wednesday night the 195 does free karaoke (there's a couple amazing old black guys who sing)...I was deaf in one ear the first time I went...boy...that was interesting. I always go with my neighbor and we do ridiculous songs, and the DJ gives us dirty looks, so we have a good time.
|Zocalo park celebrates Dios De Los Muertos|
|Buzz crew and one nemo-er at the Halloween party|