November 7, 2014


The recent tradition has been for us to carve our Jack-o-lanterns after Halloween.  This year, our first opportunity to carve fell on All Souls Day, which seemed appropriate considering the tale of Jack--a soul not able to get into Heaven or Hell.

We have no trick-or-treaters to light a path for anyway so mostly, it is just a fun tradition of gathering around the table to come up with some funny faces.
Hard at work.
Nicholas and I worked together.

Ken and Elizabeth worked together.
Jacob did his on his own.
Patrick also did his own.
Nathan and Peter worked together on a pumpkin.  And because I totally flubbed up with two wonderfully blurry photos--we had to do a retake.

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