Friday, October 31, 2008

skills

Hmmm... I bet no one can tell who carved which pumpkin in our family!

Do you know what happy halloween means to me this year? I get to eat donuts for the first time in a year. And I do believe that I may eat just as many as last year.

That means tomorrow may the beginning of another no sugar spurt for me until thanksgiving. I did it for the month of Sept, but have thoroughly enjoyed myself for the month of October and I think it is time to store up the cravings again so i can really enjoy and pig out on the thanksgiving goodness with the Porters!

Happy Halloween to you!

9 comments:

Annalisa said...

looks great. the one with the big eye looks like geoff's. so i'm guessing its a guy thing OR a hall thing.

The Boulant Family said...

Cute, cute pumpkins! Happy Halloween!;)

katie said...

ha! oh megan, yours is making me laugh a lot. i'm fairly terrible at pumpkin carving myself, but i blame it on not having the proper tools. . .

hope the donuts were delicious and halloween was great!

Anonymous said...

I LOVED your pumpkins... especially the one on the left - just my style. I love that they were surrounded with the fallen leaves. Are the pumpkins sitting on your doorstep? So fun. Love ya. Mom

Melissa & Jason said...

I like the pumpkin on the left. Good old tradition can't be beat. But the one on the right is pretty awesome.

The Boulant Family said...

hey megan - you've been tagged! Check out the post on my blog!;)

Anonymous said...

This is Sherry Hulbert, John's mom. I made pumpkin waffles Sunday while I was visiting Maryann in Des Moines. I used your recipe as a guide and altered my own whole wheat recipe. I put the pecans in the batter and put apple butter on top, they were GREAT! Thanks for the idea.

Kristin said...

Hmmm. which one is which...
Hope you're doing well

I tagged you on my blog - I know that's not your thing, but it made me laugh to be random so I thought I'd pass it on...

jeanie said...

Ok, I have been thinking about these donuts you guys make, and you must make them when you are here over Thanksgiving, because I want to know how to do them! Sounds so good.