And here's my favorite find.
This pumpkin in our Chicago daughter's garden has an interesting story. They live on a small lake, and during the summer the kids found a strange plant growing in the beach sand. They dug it up and planted it at home, thinking that it was a melon, but voila! I think it will soon be carved, don't you?
While walking around that same lake, we stumbled upon the remains of a friend of Captain Hook and his pet parrot. Don't you wonder what his story is? There were lots of other signs of Halloween in the neighborhood, but this one was the most unique.
The squirrels, birds and other critters in our yard enjoyed this sunflower from our local daughter's garden. No, they didn't clean up the shells.
These socks are finally finished. I won't confess when they were started, but they were part of an "ancient" KAL at the Knitter's Brewing Company. Sock #1 was done long ago, and then I caught the dreaded SSS!
Pair number four of the GKs' Sock Request has already been delivered and worn to school! Just one more pair, and I'll be done with the "orders" placed in July when we were at Cannon Beach. Daniel requested blue and green. He got a few more colors as well. As for that last pair of socks....they may take a while as that grandson's foot is my size! How did that happen?
HAPPY HALLOWEEN !!!