There was a sad scene when we came home from work today. The monster squirrels in our neighborhood gnawed on Aaron's skull pumpkin. They chewed off all skullys teeth. Aaron is not happy.
Oh nooo! Poor Aaron, that really was a spectacular pumpkin. My condolences :(
it is sad... but at least it still looks monster-ish...
At least the squirrels left an appropriately gruesome crime scene for Halloween! I think you should outline the corpse with tape.
actually, i think this is way scarier than when he had teeth. this looks like a really mean old man skeleton.....
At least he still looks creepy. :)For our wedding last october, we carved 120 pumpkins with circular drill bits- the squirrels got to almost ALL of them in the three days they sat outside. Ah well. They still looked nice all lit up at night!
Super sad! My cats always eat my pumpkins!! :)Maybe offset your sadness with some pumpkin pie baked french toast? I saw your tweet about having breakfast for dinner... this should help soothe the pumpkin blues. :)http://www.cookingwithmykid.com/recipes/pumpkin-pie-french-toast/
giddy girlie - that sounds so good! Thanks for the link!
I read somewhere that if you spray your pumpkins with hairspray, the squirrels will leave them alone. Worth a try.
Ah, that's too bad. I had the same thing happen to me one year. With a spray made out of cayenne pepper.
Mmmm spicy pumpkin!