Monday, October 24, 2005

Pumpkin Carving Champion


Don't let the title of this post fool you, I learned that I have no skills at carving pumpkins…I am sure my husband and some of our friends will agree. This weekend John and I went to the wedding of one of our favorite people, Dave Drake from Raintree in Lubbock. He was married out on a plantation and so they made it kind of a whole weekend thing. Friday night after the rehearsal dinner everyone carved pumpkins to be set out for the wedding the next day. To say the least mine was not one set out front. After cleaning one out I was tired of being sticky and cold so I just attempted a simple eyes and nose on the pumpkin…although in the dark the face did not exactly turn out symmetrical. And then I thought ok, I will do something that is easier…a heart, which turned out beautifully if I don’t say so myself. After having accomplished this I thought I would take a chance and try something harder…it was after all the Tech vs. UT weekend and everyone there was Tech fans so…yes I tried a double T, which ended up not only caving in but not at all looking like a double T in the first place. I gave up after that and tried not to claim my pumpkins after setting them in the crowd of others, but of course my wonderful husband did not fail me and told everyone which ones I did. To say the least my pumpkins were the butt of many jokes. But have no fear I hope to return next week with a picture of the greatest carved pumpkin you have ever laid eyes on!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

you make a great pumpkin....for me to POOP ON!!!! hahaha. you're awesome crysty. (except i'm more awesome.) ((and if you can't tell who this is, too bad)) (((just kidding, it's aaron.)))

Katherine said...

Hey chica-thanks for the comment!!! Heck yes I will be at WTGC-I am teaching a class!! Hope things are going well for you-hope to see you then! God bless~

Neena said...

You probably did way better carving pumpkins then I could ever do. I don't even try cause I know they won't be good. So I'm proud of you for at least trying.

Anonymous said...

Crys,I enjoyed your forum and the things you wrote about.It's neat to see the influence God has made on your life as his light shines through you.I'm so proud of you,course I'm proud of both my beautiful daughters.God bless, tell Batman hello.Love, Dad

Cyndy Brown said...

I'm proud of you for trying to carve pumpkins without patterns to trace over. That's the only way I can get half decent carved pumpkins.

Christopher Brown said...

Carving pumkins is easy. Like baking cookies, except not as tasty.

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