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Happy Thanksgiving!

So about two weeks ago "we" (better known as "I" because he hid and mysteriously had something to do when I was scraping out the guts, conveniently) carved our first pumpkin in the life of our marriage. yeah we never had done that. Being the crafty girl I am I also baked the seeds

Umm...... yeah so even the ducks would not eat my burnt pumpkin seeds

In the end the pumpkin was great, I actually made the font on the cricut from pumpkin carvings and the words are from street sign. When you sit the pumpkin next to a wall it reflects the words "Give Thanks".

I'm VERY THANKFUL for ALL of you who take time to read the blog. I'm grateful for all of you who stop by and say "Hi" being so far from home it makes it less lonely in this big strange city. It also reaffirms how much I enjoy my friendship with y'all. May you and your family be blessed this season.

Much Love,



Debbie H said…
Cute pumpkin idea, turned out adorable. Sorry your seeds did not turn out, they are so yummy made in the oven, cook the at a low temp next time, and stir often!
Chelle said…
that is a cool pumpkin
Deborah said…
Angie, just in case you don't know, they sell roasted pumpkin seeds at WalMart. I bought mine for my fall chex mix instead of trying to do them myself. Much easier. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.
Debbie H said…
Buy seeds at Walmart? OMG, you must make them yourself, they are so yummy fresh out of the oven :)

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