the spirit of halloween
We did pumpkins at home last year. I had to self germinate and got one. I nurtured her, never neglected her (til the cucumber beetles attacked)....and when she was ready to come off the vine, I loved her. Then the squirrels ate her before Halloween, and then she fell off the porch and kersplat!....I feel your pain. But don't give up. I'm going to try again next year! So should you!
Oh, I just love pumpkins, thanks for sharing the lovely picture.Cheers!
LOL...you're too cute. :)I'm excited to see the pumpkins though. yay!)O(boo
I have no idea if my last comment went through, since my laptop decided to boot me as I was leaving it....But I just wanted to tell you, I think you're so cute! :) This post put a smile on my face.And pumpkin time again! yay!)O(boo
No, no, they need to have faces before they can mock.;-)
aaww :(hopefully you'll try again next year.i have a few neighbors whose yards are already decorated. like, really decorated.
Ha...I hear them. Such sinister squash they are too! Mock, mock, mock! Stupid pumpkins. Well don't feel too bad. I am a pumpkin farming failure myself and misery loves company! :o)
Thanks for the support in my time of grief everyone :DThere's always next year.
Perhaps this will make you feel better (misery loves company and all that) http://hauntedevehalloween.blogspot.com/2009/09/poor-2009-pumpkin-season.html
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