Tuesday, November 1, 2016
We were a bit late this year with making our Jack-O-Lantern. We bought it on Sunday, the last day the pumpkin patch was open, at a nearby church. How cool is this - for years the church has partnered with the Navajo Nation and a trailer truck travels from Arizona full of pumpkins which the Methodist church sells, and splits the money with the people who grew the pumpkins. I love Halloween and I would never miss the chance to carve a punkin'. I think you can search for the word "pumpkin" and see how different my Jack-O-Lanterns are from year to year. Not much, I think. But they are such wonderful things, aren't they, and they never fail to make me smile.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 9:51 PM