Well, maybe not the great pumpkin, but a pumpkin all the same. 🙂 I spent most of Sunday carving pumpkins for my boys and one for me. Kenny’s and Nathan’s pumpkin’s turned out well. Kenny’s pumpkin was a picture of Goldie (or dog) — Nathan’s pumpkin was of Thomas the Tank engine. As you can see from the picture, they had a good time cutting, gutting and cleaning the pumpkins.
So as I mentioned, Kenny and Nathan’s pumpkins turned out great (picture below) — mine on the other hand didn’t. I had a vision of creating a Info Pumpkin — a pumpkin with a MARC record of the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown on it. I spent about 2 hours tacking out all the characters only to found out that putting 900 characters on a pumpkin really isn’t a simply process. This is what it looked like:
If I put in three candles you can actually make out a lot of the text, but not all of it. Too bad. So instead I ended up carving a hokey jack-o-lantern on the back (I just couldn’t spend another few hours doing another pumpkin). So, here’s our three pumpkins for the year: