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IT WAS OUR third annual Halloween dinner at Mesón Salvador, so, yeah, we knew what to expect. We knew the place would be festive (and macabre) and we knew the food would be creative, beautiful, unusual, and dangerously delicious. Still, our wonderful family here in Los Boliches had some surprises up their tattoo sleeves.
ERA NUESTRA TERCERA cena anual de Halloween en Mesón Salvador, así que, sí, sabíamos qué esperar. Sabíamos que el lugar sería festivo (y macabro) y sabíamos que la comida sería creativa, hermosa, inusual, y peligrosamente deliciosa. Aún así, nuestra maravillosa familia aquí en Los Boliches tuvo algunas sorpresas en sus mangas de tatuajes.
We’ve made some new friends here in Fuengirola. Kathleen and Pedro moved here recently with their adorable son Luke. After telling Kathleen how much I, and especially San Geraldo, dislike the fact that Halloween (not a Spanish holiday) keeps growing more and more popular here, Kathleen admitted to me that she couldn’t wait to get Luke his first Halloween costume — if only because he would look so adorable. (I did mention that he’s adorable, didn’t I? Really adorable.)
We got together Sunday evening and they brought along what they needed for a Halloween photo shoot. Kathleen also shared photos of the first two Jack-O-Lanterns Pedro had ever carved. It was Halloween of last year, while Kathleen was still pregnant with Luke. Pedro has a natural gift for pumpkin carving.
(Click the images to see how adorable they all are.)