Time for shivers, scares, and thrills, for pumpkin grins in windowsills, for black cats in the full moon’s glow, and a happy Halloween HELLO!
Although I’m not at all a fan of celebrations that don’t belong to our culture and prefer to live them in the country of it’s origin, there seem to be things in our lives these days we can hardly avoid. My children love Halloween and I had to give in the costumes and the evening of “süßes sonst gibts saures“. It became fun.
This was some serious cutting, sawing and hollowing with excited happy faces all over the atelier tripping over each other the whole weekend. They made over 50 pumpkins. Yes.
So I hope you are all ready for the scary night. I am done with pumpkins for a year. I don’t think I even want to eat one.