When black cats prowl and pumpkins gleam,
May luck be yours on Halloween.
May you be lucky enough to have just the right amount of your favorite candy treats, laughter with your friends and maybe, just maybe, some time in your garden.
Gail Eichelberger is a gardener and therapist in Middle Tennessee. She loves wildflowers and native plants and thoroughly enjoys writing about the ones she grows at Clay and Limestone."
Thanks for the greeting, dear Gail. I hope you have the same sort of wonderful Hallowe'en yourself.ReplyDelete
ps, love the spider!
Did you carve that beauty Gail. Happy Halloween right back.ReplyDelete
And many happy returns to you! Your pumpkin is wicked!ReplyDelete
A sweet greeting for All Hallows Eve.~~DeeReplyDelete
Thank you, and the same to you!ReplyDelete
Love the Jack o'lantern! Thanks for the wishes--I'm headed out the door soon to take advantage of this sunshine and get the rest of my bulbs planted. Hope you have a wonderful Halloween!ReplyDelete
Happy Halloween to you too Gail! What a great pumpkin!ReplyDelete
That's a winner!ReplyDelete
And a happy halloween to you too. This is a great carved pumpkin. I like the spider and web too.ReplyDelete
Happy Hallowee! I'm sure you're missing your special black cat this year.ReplyDelete
Spookiful pumpkin Gail! Happy Fowloween!ReplyDelete
Nice pumpkin carving! Hope you have some fun!!
Great job on the pumpkin! Our design was based off of a highly complex rendering by a 6 year old ;).ReplyDelete
Awesome pumplin, Gail! Do hope the eve was delightful. Now on to a Happy November :)ReplyDelete
Awesome jack-o-lantern! Happy Halloween to you as well!ReplyDelete
Thanks...we often go out to a party or a friend's house or out to eat. The restaurants are not crowded, and it can be a nice evening. Hope you had a nice Halloween!ReplyDelete
Your jack o' lantern is reminiscent of a certain beautiful black cat. Love the photo, very spooky!ReplyDelete