Pumpkin, Pumpkin: Folklore, History, Planting Hints and Good Eating

Re-blogging a new book that I think is very beautiful and what a great idea! Perfect for gifting and really, tis almost the SEASON, isn’t it. NOW is the time to order YOUR copies for giving to people you love.

All in a Day's Breath

Courtesy Amazon.com

Pumpkins are magical. They herald in the autumn; they fulfill our needs to create art related to the season and to celebrate it. We fill them with light to welcome others to our homes, and to provide the way from home to home as we gather treats for the season. We have all kinds of celebrations for them from competitions for the largest or best pumpkin to the best decorated pumpkins to pie baking and pie eating competitions. We listen in awe to their amazing history and laugh at their folklore. We begin to invite friends and relatives to luscious dinners featuring this wonderful orange treat. Pumpkins warm our hearts as the autumn begins to bring the chill air. We invite you into the welcoming pages of this book, and to fill your souls with all the good things you remember, and your stomachs with the most delightful…

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5 thoughts on “Pumpkin, Pumpkin: Folklore, History, Planting Hints and Good Eating

    • and, how lovely to have to come to visit me! Thanks so much. Yes, Anne did a book a couple of years ago – Artful Alchemy – and I am one of the women she featured in her book – the focus was on women with disabilities who are fiber artists. This is how I first met Anne. I think her blog is beautiful, too. And, this new book, _Pumpkin, Pumpkin_ is beautiful.

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  1. I am ordering your book – it is in my cart – while I am looking through a number of other books and will probably hit the send button today. I found some poetry books that I also want to get. Looking for some holiday gift ideas, too. It’s coming up before we know it. L.

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    • Thank you so much Lynda. Wish I had the money to do the same on your books, for I really like my one book, and would definitely get more. It will happen when we meet our goals to get our car engine replaced and then later when that is done to get back to trying to buy a small home (they are very inexpensive there) on its own land in AZ. Hugs and blessings, Anne

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