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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Sweet November

When my PC crashed, I got behind with my posting so this is a long overdue  post about  pumpkin carving.  Anyhow, someone donated  a truck load of pumpkin to the school so they gave each students to take home.  It gave my Burritos something to do  on that particular weekend.  Anyhow, these are  part of  our Sweet November activities so here you go.
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18 travelers' comments:

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Pumpkin carving? I hope this isn't one of your Christmas traditions! (Just kidding!)

Merry Christmas to all of you, Rose!

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Paula Scott said...

Get a Mac! They don't crash! Although, I know it's too late.

It is stressful to not be able to keep up with the things we have in our regular routine. Glad you're back on track! That means (I hope) less stress for you.

Ralph said...

The artist in all of us, young and not, looks for unique artisttic mediums - a pumpkin is different and yet so much fun for artistic expression. Kids love to style a gourd and give it a fun and/or goofy smile. Cool!

Patti said...

Looks like your children had a good time with the pumpkin carving.

Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love the intense expressions on the little ones' faces as they carve!

claire said...

This is really fun for the kids and it will give them time to show their creativity on pumpkin craving. :)

working mama said...

what a serious kid you have there

Shengkay Apuhin said...

i wish makagawa din ako nyan...they are so engross with what they are doing...
good job burritos! :)

melandria romero said...

looks like it's hard but i can see his really enjoying it. happy holiday to you sis :)

Jessica Cassidy said...

I hate it too Sis Rose when my pc is running so low just like now :-( I am glad that the Burritos had a wonderful time carving their pumpkins :-) It will keep you busy as well :-)

jheylo said...

he's definitely having fun and so hooked into carving his pumpkin hehhehehe

Bless said...

We haven't carve pumpkin this past Halloween but my girls just enjoyed trick or treating :-)

lina@happy family said...

He looked so serious. How's your PC now?

peachkins said...

WOW! You get pumpkins for free? A pumpkin here in Pinas costs around P800- P1,500 each.

Leovi said...

Yes, I love it.

LadyD Piano said...

I'll be doing more of this now that the grandchildren are a bit older. Nice pumpkin carving. So glad you are catching up on your photos. Take your time!

Adin B said...

I hope your computer will be fixed and won't crash again, mommy Rose. We didn't get to carve some pumpkins this year, but we are thinking we will do it next year when we make it to the pumpkin patch again. They looked like they were so into carving the pumpkins. So cute!

Annesphamily said...

I am sorry for the computer crash! Drat technology some days! But Happy New Year to you! I know those Burritos had a beautiful Christmas. I am always happy to see you here and there. You are a wonderful person to know and you are blessed with such an incredibly beautiful family. Love those photos! You are a remarkable lady and I wish you a wonderful, happy and healthy New Year 2013!

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