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Saturday, October 17, 2015

Carving time to be together

With our family, one activity can hold several purposes. Of course, there's always the just-for-fun version of an event.



And there's always one who has to be different, to try to use the largest knife possible.

But for some it's learning new smells, tastes, textures, and sounds. Of course, not every household uses a drill for pumpkin carving but when yours does, you need to learn to deal with it.

And for others it's all about learning to be part of a family, having fun without a cell phone or television, and choosing and carving a pumpkin for the very first time. You don't even have to participate with a good attitude because you're loved with grace abundant and that's part of learning about family even at the pumpkin patch. Especially at the pumpkin patch.

For everyone, it's about letting your creativity shine!



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