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Hoosier Musings on the Road to Emmaus

Monday, October 30, 2006


Halloween is one of those holidays where our family cheerfully buys into pagan/secular rirtuals. We decorate with ghosts and bats (the cheerful sort; I don't do really creepy); dress in costumes and pass out candy to all comers.

And of course, we also carve pumpkins. Once upon a time, we as parents did the actual cutting, and input from the progeny was pretty much limited to choosing shapes for eyes and nose, and determining how many teeth the mouth would contain. As the kids get older, however, they begin to do their own thing, and things get more... creative.

This one is Kyle's.


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