Halloween at Old Cowtown
This weekend, my grandmother and I took my darling zombie children to Old Cowtown Museum for a Night of Hay, Hooves & Halloween. Old Cowtown is a living history museum, bringing the very early, Wild West days of Wichita to life. The museum is home to a group of historic buildings, some actually from Wichita, some from other parts of the state. The Halloween is event is always one of my favorites, and I was disappointed to miss it last year due to a dance conflict, but because they moved it to the evening this year, we were able to attend!
|Zombie ballerina and zombie cheerleader, in the cemetery next to the historic Presbyterian church.|
|The Murdock House, home of the founder of the Wichita Eagle.|
|The Munger House, one of the first houses built in the town, and the oldest surviving personal residence.|
|This zombie was on her own. She refused to go down. And that was only the beginning...|
|... of the "Thriller" flash mob!|
We will return to Cowtown next weekend for Little Sis's birthday party. Yeah, remember the whole fall fairy party idea? That was scrapped in favor of Cowtown. Well, it's less for me to plan, so I'm easy!
As far as this month goes, I'm a little disappointed to realize I will not be getting to all of the ideas I had planned for the month. I apologize, but I have been sick for the last two weeks. There are things that didn't happen, such as missing Little Sis's pumpkin patch trip, and things I wanted to blog about that I don't feel prepared for (the fairy tale idea). And as much as absolutely pains me to do so, I think I'll save clowns for next year, since I did manage to get around to dolls. Oh, life, always getting in the way...
Hope everyone had a lovely weekend, and that you're having a lovely month!
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