Thursday, October 30, 2014

Carving pumpkins 2014

I almost didn't carve a pumpkin this year. Tucker loved to watch me carve so much, that it was painful to think of doing it alone this year. However, I knew he would want me to continue the tradition, so I bought a pumpkin anyway.

I should have known that Ringo would want to be part of the action.

What is this, Mom?

Hmm, smells pretty good.
If you've followed the blog for a while, you may remember that Tucker LOVED to eat pumpkin guts. To my shock, Ringo ate some too. . 
Yummy!  
Being that he's a kitten, he didn't have the patience to sit with me the entire time. Perhaps next year. . .

The finished pumpkin:

Lit up:

9 comments:

Fuzzy Tales said...

Great job on the pumpkin carving! I'm glad you did it anyway -- Tucker probably is looking on in appreciation.

Purrs and hugs.

Nerissa said...

What an AMAZIN' pumpkin! EXCELLENT carvin' skills there, for sure.

Pumpkin guts, huh? Hmmm... Gonna have to give those a try some day, I think. Might be tasty. One never knows.

Purrs,
Nissy

Susan said...

I'm glad you decided to carry on the tradition this year. And your pumpkin looks great!

Laila and Minchie said...

Love the pumpkin!

amyjtoo said...

Love the pumpkin - and lovely to see that Ringo was so helpful.

Goldie Goodwin said...

The pumpkin looks great. Glad you did this. And Ringo is definitely a chip off the Tucker block.

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

I think Ringo is happy you are carrying on this tradition!

Roberta said...

That is an awesome pumpkin and so is Ringo. He is so much like Tucker.

Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

I do love your pumpkins, you do such a good job on them.

The picture of Ringo eating pumpkin guts just slays me :)

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