Picture Fall: The Great Pumpkin
Another quintessential representation of fall is the pumpkin; large, round, vibrant and jovial. I’m not sure what it is about these unique specimens (color, shape, size, symbolic meaning) that makes them so enchanting but they are just that.
It’s time today, to offer a seasonal ode to the great pumpkin!
I read this, as I do all of my Picture Fall prompts, first thing in the morning. It’s my second thought after coffee, of course. Once it got light and I had the kids up and getting ready for school I noticed all the condensation on the windows due to our unseasonably warm and humid weather. With the sun rising and reflecting off the foliage the condensation was taking on all kinds of gorgeous color. So on a second story window I stuck my hand out and with a Nerf dart drew a pumpkin. Kinda takes the romance out of it but I’ll go to great lengths for creative genius (snort).
Then THEN, later in the day, I received the above hand felted pumpkin in the mail from my wonderfully creative friend Angel, of Stumbles and Stitches. It is the most adorable thing. It’s very tiny and sweet and just perfect. Thanks, Angel, I love it!