It's Pumpkin Time!

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In October of 2008, I wrote a series called A Month of Pumpkins -- that's right, one pumpkin post a day for the entire month of October. Some were fun to write, others not so much. Some mornings I woke up excited about writing my pumpkin post, other days I wanted to scream if I even saw the "P" word. When the month ended, I was sorry to see it over. It was fun, it was interesting, and it was challenging. (I highly recommend you take on the writing of a month of _______. And if you do, send me the link so I can follow along and offer encouragement.)

This year, I'm not writing a month of pumpkin. I'm not even sure we'll carve pumpkins this year because the kids are with their dad and I'll be at Blissdom Canada in the days leading up to Halloween. Too bad, because my partner is an awesome pumpkin carver.

While we might not have carved pumpkins, I do know I've got a lot of pumpkin pies and pumpkin bread to look forward to.

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I'd also like to read any posts you write about pumpkins -- cooking with pumpkins, decorating with pumpkins, costumes with pumpkins, photographs with pumpkins are also welcome.

Share your links to the pumpkin posts you write and the pumpkin photos you take -- I'll come visit and celebrate the month of pumpkin along with you.


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