Or...at least with some ridiculous inflatables on the front porch. For record-keeping purposes, here's the annual (or some-what-annual) photo of our house decorated for Halloween. You can see the Big Pumpkin (or "Big Pump" as the kids call him) along with Frankenstein on our front porch. You'll also note that the mums at the bottom of the steps are the very same ones I 'tied up' with my pro-tip earlier this fall . There are also a couple of cinderella pumpkins stashed on the stairs near the right railing that you can - if you look closely - see peeking out. This is the first holiday in our #newoldfarmhouse, so we're starting from scratch decorations-wise. We've come a long way from last year when we were living in Equation Boy/Man and Vic's house (thanks to their generosity!). Here's a photo from last year that shows the decorations . Frankenstein is the only survivor from this whole setup! To be fair, the line of pumpkin infla
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Look who has turned up at our new place?!? Welp...it is kind of *our* place. You'll notice that the house looks a bit different. We've still living on the same block thanks to my sister and Equation Boy/Man moving overseas for work. They were nice enough to allow us to 'squat' at their place while we figure our housing situation out. That situation is a long, sad, and open-ended story, so that might be for another post. But...as you can see, we're making ourselves at home in the form of some Halloween decorations. Being the first day of October, I thought it was appropriate to show the new home of two of these guys. I put them up but didn't have time to put up the two little girl scarecrows. I'll get them up this weekend and then we can try to figure out building a new one for the boy. This is the sixth year of putting these guys out and with a little bit of spiff'ing up, they're still looking good. Last year, I didn't post abo
Yesterday, I posted a close-up of the scarecrows . I had help this year from the Babe (see here there straightening out the legs) so we got ambitious and built a third scarecrow to represent our family. She loved taking the zip ties and was modeling my behavior of attaching the scarecrows to the posts. She couldn't quite manage the ties, but was mostly sticking them in little crevices that she could find. Pretty cute. Here's a photo of what they looked like in 2010 . Looks like the husband and wife scarecrow swapped places this year.