vest: old navy shirt: old navy (similar) jeans: target boots: famous footwear (similar)
I have a confession to make. I am too lazy to carve pumpkins.
Something about setting everything up, scooping all the goo out, sorting the seeds, smelling the insides -
just doesn't appeal to me. But we haven't always been such pumpkin party poopers.
Here's what's happened to our pumpkin carving over the years:
First year we were married. It may not look impressive, but it was my first pumpkin carving experience and I took a long time making that ghost. Too bad a squirrel ate the ghost out the day after we put it out.
and so begins my minimal effort with pumpkin carving.
Next year's pumpkin carving. Stuck with the quick and simple pumpkin faces. Molly wasn't even impressed.
The next year is when it started to go downhill. We resorted to drawing on our pumpkins with sharpies.
And this year? I just held up a pumpkin. Didn't even buy it.
Which I guess makes me cheap and lazy in the pumpkin department.
Maybe someday we'll suck it up and actually participate in this fall festivity.