Tuesday, October 18, 2011

What do you get...


....if you divide the 
circumference of your
  jack-o-lantern by it's diameter?








Pumpkin Pi!



 I hope everyone is enjoying the Halloween season. The days are getting cooler around here and the nights a little longer. Setting the stage for a beautifully spooky Halloween. But something is different around here this year. Oh! There's no decorations at the Adams house. That in itself is kinda spooky. But since we won't be home for the holiday this year, we'll just have to make it even better next year.

If you don't pay your funeral bill, we'll dig you up and put you on display!
These are shots of last year.

10 comments:

MorningAJ said...

In your business you have an unfair advantage! Great decorations. Happy Hallowe'en!

Stew said...

@ Annie - You should see what our outdoor grill is sitting on!

laurak@forestwalkart said...

haha!! spooky!! i love this time of year...the cool...the long nights...AND halloween!

lucky for me...i want to be cremated...so i don't have to worry about being on view in your front yard!! :))

Calling Ravens said...

Love the Pumpkin Pi joke-actually never heard it before!
I am still anxiously awaiting news on the cruise costumes . . .
meggs.

That corgi :) said...

LOL with the joke! I love your decorations from last year!! It is interesting to see the decorations popping up around town here!

betty

Jim said...

Yes Stew, you do have an unfair advantage here! If I was a kid I'd be very scared to go to your door! Hell, I'd think twice NOW! Great job.

Stew said...

I think as adults, we know better than to go into spooky places.
Andfor the record, the grill sits on sample granite grave markers. Names and dates and all.
Our new kitchen actually contains pieces from caskets as some of the decorative elements.

sophie...^5 said...

How did you know that pumpkin pie is my favourite...now I have to have some. No friggin' way would I go near your house on halloween...I's be skeerted to death!

John Gray said...

Us Brits have now embraced Halloween from you North Americans and our traditional "bonfire night" on Nov 5th has almost disappeared....
which is a shame...
personally I cant stand little mites knocking on the door in the dark!!!

BAH HUMBUG

Stew said...

I wish that we had bonfire night. I've got some stuff I could burn.