Friday, October 30, 2009

Happy Halloween

What fun

When a group

Of adults ???

get together

to carve

pumpkins.


Thank you Melissa and Mark for a fun time.
Happy Halloween Everyone.

26 comments:

  1. Oh Lisa, Happy Hallowe'en! Those look so good lit up in the dark! I was wondering which ones you did, assuming the ones you are holding onto? The cat and straight mouth face? What a talented group of friends!!! Makes me want to do surgery on one of ours. :-)
    Frances

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  2. Love the bride and groom on the porch swing;) You all did a great job on the pumpkins. Mine are always a disaster.
    Marnie

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  3. Looks like fun! Great decorations!

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  4. Happy Halloween Lisa! A pumpkin carving gala sounds wonderful and the photo with them all lit up was perfect...gail

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  5. Frances, yes, the ones we kept are the ones we did. It was fun. Everyone was able to keep their pumpkin.

    Gail it was a blast. Our gracious hostess and host had prizes of each pumpkin with the most clever names for the prize. I wish I could think of all the names.

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  6. What a great idea! I always get a small pumpkin and set it on my porch railing as decoration... but I don't carve or paint it... the squirrels handle the carving for me before long. I always used to carve pumpkins with my niece and nephew but, well, they're 24 and nearly 21 now so it's been a while. Hosting or attending a pumpkin carving party sounds wonderful!

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  7. Dear Lisa,
    Boo~
    Looks as if you had lots of fun!
    Happy Holloween.
    Sherry

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  8. Looks as if y'all had a great time and carved some bodacious pumpkins.

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  9. What a fun idea!! Love your pumpkins!

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  10. That does look like fun. I gather that somebody there is a Buckeye fan. Happy Halloween!

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  11. Happy Halloween Lisa....so fun.....

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  12. Looks like a great time was had by all. I'm getting ready to carve pumpkins but not until tomorrow. I usually wait until the day of--then they start to rot out pretty quickly after that. As long as I've still got kids at home it's fun, but otherwise I'd probably only do it if at a party like that!

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  13. What fun Lisa! Everyone gets to be a kid on Halloween.

    (I hope Frances means she wants to do surgery on one of her pumpkins, and not on one of her talented groups of friends. ;)

    Happy Halloween!

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  14. That's the spirit!!
    (((Happy Halloween!))))

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  15. How fun!!!! They look so good all lit up.

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  16. This looks like so much fun, Lisa! At our house, Halloween seems to be left to the kids. I think I need to take some lessons in pumpkin-carving:)

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  17. What fun, from the luminarias to the finished Jack o lanterns!

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  18. Oh, that's wonderful, Lisa! I'm so jealous, both of the beautiful jack-o-lanterns and the fun I know you all must have had... I need to host a pumpkin-carving next year, I think.

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  19. That is a lot of fun. What a great night. Those pumpkins are wonderful.

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  20. What fun! Love those pumpkins, especially the last photo with them lit up.
    Wishing you a belated happy Halloween, Lisa, and happy November!
    We had a perfect Indian summer day here today. Hope you got one too.

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  21. Those are some very nice pumpkins my friend. Thanks for properly identifying my hawk. If I have any other birding questions,I'm gonna come see you. Thanks again.~~Dee

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  22. Looks like you had a wonderful Halloween Lisa :-) A pumpkin carving party sounds like so much fun!

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  23. What a cool idea, Lisa -keep those grownups busy carving pumpkins so they don't get any ideas about toilet paper & shaving cream ;-]

    You're all so creative!

    Annie at the Transplantable Rose

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