A one-eyed witch stirs up trouble by the Hefty bags.
A purple witch is pushing Pepsi.
A large spider hangs out in the frozen food.
The Queen of Halloween threatens.
A floating wizard has a soda can in one hand and a spider in the other.
Last weekend I wasn't able to attend the Eco-Tarium's fabulous Great Pumpkin Fest, which includes maybe 1,500 cleverly carved jack o'lanterns, but I'm reposting some of the designs from last year, for those of you who want to carve presidential pumpkins.
The jack-o-lantern I carved last week for Amalia (way too early!) has now turned to pumpkin mush, but by next Thursday I'll have made the porch into a haunted room full of bats and spider webs and hands reaching out of bowls of treats and a witch who pops out of a jack o'lantern cackling.
Two-year-old granddaughter Amalia, who's celebrating Halloween in Manhattan this year, refuses to put on any costume--it's all too SCARY--much less enter the Grafton Xtra Mart. But wait till next year!