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Twisted Sisters Inn and Cafe

Welcome, my pretties! Won't you come to our Inn and Cafe? (WARNING!! Lots of Pictures)

Go past the graveyard and on up the walk:

Enter if you dare but don't let the dragon toast you!

Your hostesses for the evening:
The Woodland Fairy and Hippie Girl
(aka Cecilia and Theresa the Twisted Twins)

Food and refreshments aplenty:

Please help yourself to some fine Spirits...

There's Swamp Tea and Skeleton Pee if you'd like something a little lighter:

Or how about some Worm punch?

Plenty of food on the menu tonight:

Witches Fingers are the Special of the Day:


I'm so sorry, but the Rat & Bug Stew won't be ready until tomorrow. Please come back to try it!

Plenty of guests to mingle with:
The Beach Bums:
  Old Biker:

Hippie Dude:

Could it be those of Fixer Upper fame?
 A Handsome Devil:
Aka Number One Son
 The Cutest Couple:
Aka Number One Daughter and Sweet Fiancé
The Spice Couple - Ms. Salt and Mr. Pepper:
Miss Rainy Thunder Cloud:

The Voting Officials - They'll make sure you behave in the voting booth:

What's that you say? You're feeling sick? Perhaps we have something that will help in the Apothecary  Shop...

No?? I'm sure there's something there...perhaps the Werewolf Hair - I hear it's transforming.

Who's at the door?
Oh! The happy couple - please let them in.

What's that? You need the restroom - it's just down the hall...follow the roaches, please:


Watch out for the monster at the end of the hall!!!!

Whew! You made it. Go on in:


Oops! I didn't know there was someone taking a bath!



Oh my! Is that the time?

Did you drink a little too much? Here's a ride home for you!

We're so glad you came!


Y'all come back now, ya hear?


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The party was a blast! We'd like to thank all of our guests for helping make the evening a fun success! If you can stand it, here's a couple more pictures of me and Bruce with our kids. They stopped by from their friends' party and thought their dad's costume was too funny!



I hope you have a Happy Halloween!

The End!!

I'm sharing here:
Monday Social

Comments

  1. Fun, fun, fun! Y'all really outdid yourselves! The backdoor guests are the best, lol! Hugs, Cecilia

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  2. What a fun, fun party! Happy Halloween Cecilia!

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  3. Oh what a fun party and post! Everything from the food to the decor is great. Beautiful family and friends = a Happy Halloween! Your bather cracked me up, lol!

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  4. Super job of decorating and food. Looks like a lot of fun. I know you had fun putting it all together.

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  5. So many great ideas! You're making me think about having a Halloween party next year... Thanks for joining Monday Social!

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