Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Happy Happy Halloween.
Trick or Treat !cheers, parsnip
This is not the first whiff of your darker side. I'm nothing but intrigued.ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^= . <3
All set for a night out.
Today you are with the joking.Tomás.
Scarifying :-)Happy Halloween !
This one is very well cut.
That's an excellent title!
@Whisk: thanks!@Parsnip: you too!@Cloudia: it's my silly side on full display.@Revrunner: and for the inevitable squirrels to feast on him.@Bill: thanks!@Tomas: oh yes.@Karl: thank you!@Marianne: quite so.@VP: I like something totally off kilter from time to time.
Scary...I found some really disgusting ones....
He's not exactly what I'd call handsome!Jane x
Silly is good sometimes. Enjoy the day and NIGHT.
it's a great jack!
That's a nice one.Happy Halloween, William!
It looks like it could swallow a little kid whole!
Absolutely nothing wrong with being silly!
@Norma: there are hideous ones out there!@Jane and Chris: Jack O'Lanterns rarely are.@Birdman: thank you!@Tex: he has character.@Jan: thanks!@Sharon: I was looking at one this morning that was swallowing a miniature pumpkin whole.@Judy: I couldn't resist.@Mike: I find it keeps one feeling young!
That Jack O'Lantern is looking scary!Have a fun and safe Halloween :-)
LOL! Have an enjoyable and safe Halloween, William. :)
That looks like a nice traditional carving job!
Nice eyebrow Jack'O'Lantern. haha and BOO!When my children were little they would dress up their ponies and off they'd go. We lived way out in the country so there were very few houses but they had fun.Like the Animal memorials.MB
And a happy Halloween to you!
Bwaaa ha ha! Happy Halloween!
That is indeed a surly jack-o-lantern. Don't let it stop you from getting lots of candy.
Happy Halloween!!! 2 funny! ( ;
@Tamago: Jack looks like he has plenty of attitude.@Linda: thanks!@RedPat: not quite as elaborate as some I've seen, but we need traditional looks@MB: we'd go around a couple of blocks- we lived in the country, so around a block was a heck of a big trip, but we had Mom or Dad driving.@Cheryl: thanks!@Kay: trick or treat!@Stuart: there's no such thing as too much candy, after all.@Beth: there are times I go for the off kilter in what I write, so I couldn't help myself!
Silly is good and that Jack O'Lantern is outstanding!
Rather fun. Our gate is locked and the curtains about to be closed! I've put in a fair number of Hallowe'ens!
@Ciel: thanks!@Marleen: thank you!@Denise: there's quite a variety in jack o'lanterns every year.@Jennifer: I'm never home, so I have no idea how many kids wander through the neighbourhood.@John: thanks!
Boo! Happy Halloween!
Fun stuff. :) I hope you enjoyed the kidlets, tonight.
Scary one with a great open mouth expression!Bises,Genie
A thousand years from now, archaeologists will examine our culture and say that we worshipped pumpkins!
I'm glad my son went to "Hallo-we-eat candy" in the church-,-)
@Joan: I hope you had a good Hallowe'en!@Hilary: I saw a few as I was stopping at the house, already getting started for the evening.@Genie: it looks fierce!@Randy: quite so!@Linda: they might!@Spiderdama: that's a good alternative.
It is a surly looking one. After five kids, I can say that I've carved a lot of pumpkins.
Not having kids, I'm pretty sure I'll never carve one myself again.