Sunday, November 19, 2006

Route 66

Introducing the official mascot of Corythosaurus, my middle nephew, Mr. Brayden "Brady" Saavedra. This year, Brady chose a Halloween costume that spoke to the importance of the American highway in the development of 20th Century culture. Or perhaps he was illustrating one of the terrifying causes of global warming, a chilling Halloween apparition of the 21st. Or, and I think this is the case, he digs the song.

The reflective lane dividers? Functional and safety conscious. Those cars careening into Brady's armpits? Totally going to manage to careen back onto the road. Halloween magic, my friends, just in time for Thanksgiving.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's an interesting costume, very creative!