All Saints’ Day

There’s something rather delicious about having done Hallow’een (putting up scary decorations, carving pumpkins, getting in a load of sweets for the Trick or Treaters, getting the kids in costumes and taking them Trick or Treating) and then getting to the day after.  Bliss!  There’s nothing left to do, it’s now All Saints’ Day (I’m told it is a public holiday in most of Europe) and we just have to potter about, not really achieving anything in particular.

Here are our pumpkins right after we carved them
Here are our pumpkins right after we carved them
Here they are, all lit up and attracting Trick or Treaters (admittedly only one group of teenage boys but that is okay)
Here they are, all lit up and attracting Trick or Treaters (admittedly only one group of teenage boys but that is okay)
The pumpkins on All Saints' Day.  I'll wait a couple of days then sneak them into my compost bin
The pumpkins on All Saints’ Day. I’ll wait a couple of days then sneak them into my compost bin

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