Pumpkin Huntin’

There is no date day like pumpkin huntin’ with your spouse. We’re big fans of carving Jack-o-lanterns and the husband decided to go big this year. He bought a fancy clay tool set and a nice, new pumpkin carving set with a storage case. That boy has plans. It was a chilly fall day and we got lunch while we were out. It was a small thing that lifted our spirits.

The options.
The winners.

Do you have big jack-o-lantern plans this year? What was your favorite jack-o-lantern that you ever carved?

Published by sugarandscream

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4 thoughts on “Pumpkin Huntin’

  1. I got a weird white pumpkin (squash?) with orange lines on it. It’s in my living room. I keep thinking I may carve it this weekend and see what’s inside. I hadn’t originally because I wanted my decorations indoors and didn’t like the idea of a slowly rotting gourd in my apartment.

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    1. We almost bought a creepy Frankenstein-like gourd of some kind when we were pumpkin hunting. It was large, a weird green and looked like an overexaggerated cartoon pumpkin. Never seen it before but we decided to axe buying it last minute.
      I don’t like rotting gourds in my house either.

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