Saturday, October 31, 2009

Pirate Pumpkin

Pirate pumpkin
These are the little pumpkins that grew from seeds thrown behind a bush at the front of the house. We have six pumpkins and my husband carved some of them.
It was raining and one of the corn stalk leaves was blowing, making this little jack-o-lantern look like a pirate to me. Note the pumpkin on the left. My husband carved George's name into it!
Happy Halloween, all.

12 comments:

These Nine Acres said...

So cute. If carved a pumpkin for each of our animals we'd need a whole pumpkin patch! ;0)

Betty said...

I am sure that George loved his pumpkin. Your pirate one is cute too.
~~ Hugs ~~

Mental P Mama said...

I love them! Boo;)

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Loving Halloween with you!
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Mary said...

Cute! Happy Halloween to you, too. :)

MaggieGem said...

Great shot! Love George's pumpkin :-)

Daryl said...

Yo Ho BOO .. what a wonderful way to recycle last years discarded seeds are this years jack o'lanterns .. this could be a new tradition

Char said...

adorable!!!

Som mine dager er said...

We do have Halloween in Norway, but pumpkins are rarely seen. No wonder when nobody grows pumpkins ;-) Your husband had done a great work carving them.

And I have to say that when the translation tools "accuses" me of smoking joints, it couln't be more far from the truth. He he ... red wine can't be smoked. But as stated earlier - this tool is hilarious sometimes.

I have busy days at work. We have opened a Houston office and appointed 4 people already. Three of them have been in Norway as a part of the on-boarding-process. I love to talk to them, and I only wish I had the opportunity to visit your country. Maybe one day I can.

So Katie, if you ever think of going to Scandinavia, let me know. I would be happy to have you here. Really !!!

Marit

Ellen said...

Argh.

The Japanese Redneck said...

Hope ya'll had a great Halloween.

JFKlaver said...

Oh! These are so much fun!