It’s that time of the year again! So excited to start decorating for Christmas although I’m not allowed to do so yet.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and then Christmas is just 50 days away!
To celebrate though, I redid my blog to reflect the holiday cheer! I hope everyone else gets in the mood too!
Happy Holidays peeps!
The first thing we did was pick out our pumpkins from the batch and then the group started carving.
My oldest son decided he wanted to do a fairy on his pumpkin.
My second son decided he was going to carve a small pumpkin face.
My third son did the Assassin’s Creed symbol.
The final Fairy and the Assassin’s Creed symbol.
My son in law ended up carving two pumpkins.
And my daughter decided to make an emoji face.
Happy Halloween everyone!
For my pumpkin, I love Cinderella so I decided to decorate mine as Cinderella’s carriage. Hints the sky blue color.
We started out with spray paint. Then you can either let it sit and dry or you can do what we did and pull out the blow torch and carefully dry the paint(Don’t try this at home kids!)
After dried I decorated, I added some wheels and bling and viola! Cinderella’s carriage.
Autumn flowers as my center piece.
Along with small pumpkins from the orchard we went to this past weekend sit on the small sun table in my dining room.
To start off Halloween with a bang, we got a giant pumpkin balloon! So much fun when Halloween starts.
Every year, I plant a garden. Normally various forms of tomatoes, peppers, watermelons, pumpkins, etc.
This year we moved to Midwest and I planted some Cherry Tomatoes, Tomatoes, Peppers, Strawberries, and Lemon Tomatoes.
All summer long I got a little of everything except for Tomatoes. I had these plants that were nearly 6 feet tall and got maybe four tomatoes all summer long.
Well, I go outside to water my plants this weekend and low and behold!
I have tomatoes!
Share your late bloomer stories below, I can’t wait to hear from you!