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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Fruitful Art

I would love to be able to carve a pumpkin, but with my RA that would result in several days of stiffness and pain. I do enjoy vicariously though by admiring all those of you who put their talent and creativity into adorning their yards and homes with some beautiful carved pumpkins.

There are more people like me who are unable to transform a pumpkin into art. There are a few options we can resort to. We can either forgo it, have someone else carve them for us, or buy those plastic ones which are readily available in the stores.

The latter is not very unique and after having used them for several years it becomes rather predictable and boring. There ought to be another solution to the problem. And there is. Someone had a luminous idea and ensured it grew into reality, as you can learn by looking at this video.

I suspect next year we will have our pick when it comes to 'naturally' grown Halloween decorations. The best part is that we don't have to lift a finger. Okay, that is not entirely true. We still have to go to the store and buy them, but it does open up many doors where pumpkin art is concerned.

All of us can soon be fruitful when Halloween comes around!

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