Saturday, October 25, 2008

A fall evening

Today was gorgeous. I think the high was 70. Tyler and I took a nice walk, then went to the park. (Then ran some errands). At one store, he asked me what "or" means and later asked what "super different" means. He keeps my brain going. :)
This evening, we enjoyed some fall traditions. Since Wayne and I have been married, most years we have carved pumpkins and we try to have caramel apples at least once if we can. So, we decided tonight was the night.

Tyler was a little weirded out by the pumpkin insides. He ran away from us when we suggested he help, or even just touch it. So, here he is sitting at a good distance from us, and being "spooky."


Showing us his aversion to the pumpkin insides.




Roasted pumpkin seeds - one with cinnamon, salt and a little sugar, the other with oil, salt and Italian seasoning.


Caramel apples, the easy way. (Unwrap caramel sheets, place over apples, insert stick, and bake for 5 minutes). I don't know if I can go back to the old way. This was so much quicker, easier and with no mess!


Tyler, enjoying dinner. He really worked on those caramel apples.



Our jack-o-lanterns after dark.




2 comments:

Timothy Miller said...

Those Jack O' Lanterns look sweet. The contrast picture at the bottom is sooperkewl.

Rach said...

Ooooh, I love the jack-o-lanterns!! Fun!