If you've been following my blog, you'll notice that I had taken a small hiatus from blogging. I have good reason though; I have been busy learning to crochet. I'm working on my granny-ness, so instead of picking up my camera, taking lots of photos and sharing them with you here...I've been buying a gazillion skeins of yarn and making lots of super cozy, over sized, chunky knit infinity scarves.
I am obsessed and I promise to show you what I've been up to soon. :)
But for now, I'm going to play a little catch up!
Rich and I carved our Halloween pumpkins on Devil's Night and his pumpkin just couldn't wait any longer. It started to fuzz and become rabid hunk of fruit. The more disgusting the better, right? Initially we just thought to chuck it in the composter, but upon further inspection I suggested we just lop it's head off and so we did!
The only sad part about the pumkpin being moldy was that I couldn't harvest, roast and consume the seeds. I love roasted pumpkin seeds!
This was the stencil that I chose and fixed up in Photoshop. Below is what Rich chose to carve- a scary jack-o-lantern face.
my little bear!