And when you’re done with the drink:
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. First we had to clean the ooey gooies out of the pumpkins:
“Jack-o-lantern” and “scary/happy potato” can be used interchangeably.
The one on the far right was supposed to be a zombie. But really doesn’t look like one at all. I love creative pumpkin carving. We were pretty easy and basic with the carvings this year. But next year we need to turn it up a notch. A better zombie, maybe the headless horseman doing yoga, some type of garden scene, etc. But really, isn’t it all about the candy?
And truthfully none of us had to work too hard for the candy tonight. Because we rode around with this guy:
Especially with a two year old. It was like a dream! Sure, there were shouts of “that’s cheating!” as we zipped past but I was easily able to ignore such leers as I was quite comfortable! hahahahah
“Skelt” is baby slang for “skull” or “skeleton”.