The daily life and whimsical opinions of a truckers wife.
Is it me or does everyone feel a little sorry for pumpkins and Christmas trees after their holidays?
JoJo, I have to agree with you. During the holidays pumpkins and Christmas trees are so wonderful and majestic but as soon as the holidays are over, they look so dejected and beaten. Thank you for stopping by and for your kind comments! ♥
Poor Pumpkins! LOL
Jenn, yes, they have seen better days! LOL Thank you for stopping in to take a peek and for your comments! ♥
I used to do a lot of walking. The aftermath of holidays was always my favorite walks. Discarded (and rotted) pumpkins, Christmas trash at the curb sides, and even Xmas lights up until March. Rotten pumkins get to the point that no one wants to pick them up and toss them, hoping what, that they'll just disappear? lol
Jeremy, they are just so gooey after a while!! I remember one Halloween after carving our pumpkins my mom kept them in the house lit so we could enjoy them because it was raining buckets outside. That was all fine and good, but by the next morning the pumpkins had decomposed and almost melted from the heat in the house. It was gross and terrifying for a little kid. Ewww! Mom chucked them in a trash bag with a shovel because she couldn't bear to touch them. LOL Thank you for stopping by to take a peek at my picture and for your comments! ♥
oh poor pumpkins. they do look a little forlorn.
Suzy, sad their holiday is over. Thank you for dropping by to take a peek at my photo! ♥
Pity the pumpkins there, Kathy!! A great shot indeed. Hope you enjoyed Halloween and are looking forward to Thanksgiving!
Michelle, Halloween was fun. It would have been better if it hadn't been cold and lightly raining when the kids and I went trick or treating around the neighborhood. I am looking forward to Thanksgiving. My husband will be home and that is always a reason to celebrate. Thank you for stopping by to take a peek at my picture and for your kind comments! ♥
Sad remnant of a happy holiday.... When I was a kid, we carved the pumpkin only a day before Halloween, then the day after, the pumpkin became pie and soup! Back in the 50's, nothing was wasted...