Australians don’t normally celebrate Halloween, but this year is a little different. I work with a lovely American and she just adores Halloween. Last year she was a little shy and didn’t make much of a fuss, but this year she has decided to show us Aussie what Halloween is all about. There has been a month long campaign where here desk is gradually becoming more and more bedecked with Halloween decorations and she is introducing us to Halloween candy. (See we would call them lollies in Australia, but we are now we are calling them candies). We have had candy corn and an amazing array of body parts. I currently have two chocolate eyeballs on top of my work monitor.
So I have roused myself for these celebrations and made her a couple of pumpkin jack-o-lanterns, plus a graveyard lantern that I made with my new cutting machine. (More about this new toy next blog.) We are all bringing in something for lunch tomorrow and I hope she has a fun day.
Had a great deal of fun carving the pumpkins, something I have not done before and my much neglected lino cutting tools where just the thing.
So Helene, HAPPY HALLOWEEN, enjoy the holiday!!