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"Sure son, we’re going trick or treating, you'll get lot's of candy, I’ll meet single mom's, maybe even find you a bro or a sis. We'll go home later and (if's there is a later, hahaha(whispers the Great Pumpkin) the father looks around, thought he heard something) Let's go son, we'll take a shortcut to get back home", "but pa, I thought we were going to get more candy?" "Oh we will, we'll stop at some homes on the way there" "okay pa"..."In this mornings news, the disappearance of...."
This picture reminds me of Langston Hughes poem, 125th street. He talks about a very nice person in his poem that has a face like a jack-o-lantern because its almost like they have a candle inside of their face. This simile exposes how they person is always glowing and happy, just like a jack-o-lantern.
*Paint the Pumpkin idea*: Get your creative juices flowing with this great Halloween themed fundraiser. The idea behind this activity is to see who can come up with the best decorated Pumpkin. Participants can pay an entry fee and the winner gets a prize or participants can bring their own pumpkin – remember, the scarier the better! If you would like to do this for @OutpostHousing then please email: admin@outpostproj...
Fright Fest Trick out your jack-o'-lanterns in these bewitching handmade masks. To craft, print out one of our three mask designs, enlarge it to fit your pumpkin, and cut it out. Trace twice onto black felt. Cut out both felt masks and sew together with a basting stitch. Glue to a simple store-bought mask, and replace the elastic string with a black ribbon. Tie mask onto pumpkin.
Light your sidewalk with a lineup of petite pumpkins. Hang carved jack-o'-lanterns from shepherd's hooks using hangers crafted from heavy-gauge wire. Battery-powered candles will keep the pumpkins illuminated without risk of fire.