Sunday, October 11, 2009

Pumpkin without a country

Pumpkin in the afternoon light

This little fella is the last on the vine that I discovered growing from behind a bush in the front of our house. The rest are on our porch and there are six of them in all. I think they're quite decorative.
I have no idea where the title post came from. I am blaming it on the pain meds.

16 comments:

Hobo ........ ........ ........ said...

Each day if Sun set & rise, Each day no matter how painful will vanish. Do not Think & worry.
Cheers & smile.

A New England Life said...

You grew your own pumpkins? How cool is that! I always think about doing the same but we just don't have anyplace to grow them. Maybe one year. In the mean time I hope your pumpkin finds a place to call home ; )

Rest up today!

The Curious Cat said...

That is so cool that you grow your own pumpkins - let's hope this one finds a home soon! xxx

Mental P Mama said...

LOL. He may be without a country, but he is still a beautiful patriot!

Daryl said...

So are you making pumpkin pie, drying out the seeds/roasting them?

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

Makes me smile!
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Betty said...

That is a cute little pumpkin are you going to make him into a Jack-O-Lantern for George I think he would like that.
~~Hugs ~~

CM said...

I would love to see a picture of the other pumpkins on the porch! .. I love pumpkins!

Jan said...

Keep hold of that pumpkin, I hear there's a pumpkin shortage in the US!

Erin said...

sorry to hear you are under the weather (pain). have a better afternoon...maybe a cup of your favorite tea and a cookie or two made by your hubby?

JFKlaver said...

Carving pumpkins is for strong. I've never been able to carve one, although we have an outstanding Pumpkinfest here in Chadds Ford, PA. I'll post photos later this month. Do you cook the meat? Do you carve your pumpkins?

Puna said...

It fits, I think.

Caroline said...

LOL...love the title and the pumpkin!

The Japanese Redneck said...

Nice photo. Sorry you feel bad (pain meds). Hope you get better soon.

We've tried to grow them. They never seem to make any.

Ramona

American in Norway said...

BEAUTIFUL BLOG... fab pictures!
What blog template are you using? I love that your pictures are so big.

Jeff Wignall said...

My vegetable garden was horrible this year (I blame most of it on the tomato virus that was going around), but I got 10 pumpkins from seeds that planted themselves on the compost pile. So next year I'm giving up on the rest of the veggies and growing nothing but pumpkins! How can you not love something so orange and pretty?