The pumpkins are carved and are now sporting fine Jack-O-Lantern vestiges. Mark always has a really great pumpkin with a special theme each year. This year his choice ended up being a tall lovable fellow with a definite leaning problem, so he is our first special needs Jack-O-Lantern as he needed a little bracing in order to sit upright. He's our favorite this year, hands down.
Matt's is a traditional jag-tooth with a Colts symbol around back for a second view.
Alex's guy is just an evil looking dude as Alex gets into the scary side of the occasion much more so than the rest of us.
Mine, as always each and every year (partly because I have no creativity whatsoever and partly because I just love the look of it), is a little smiley face pumpkin guaranteed to have the preschool set grinning when they come to the door for treats.
It's getting on to be the last of the evening and Mark is roasting the pumpkin seeds in the oven...it smells lovely...rosemary and pumpkin...he can cook about five things: pumpkin seeds being one of the five. Last chore of the evening, cleaning up!