I opened it up and scanned it for you all. This first picture is of the outside of the card, showing both the front (on the right) and the back (on the right).
Going to pick out the pumpkin that is just perfect takes a lot of looking, but the ones in the picture above all look pretty good to me. What do you think?
OK, we picked out the perfect one. Then we turned it from a thing of beauty into something hideous and scary. Now it is a Jack-O-Lantern and it's main purpose is scare you.
And of course she had to decorate an envelope with a bunch of really scary Jack-O-Lanterns. Look!! They are still on the vine and they just ripped themselves out of the pumpkin patch and are chasing you. . . RUN RUN Run for your lives!!!
So now that I got you shook up, try to relax anyway and have a great day, you hear? I have to go and write a poem for this card.
Trouble requested that I show the poem, too. It is not one of my better ones. For some reason my artistic and rhyming side wasn't awake yet (grin) Hey, that is as good of an excuse I can come up with at this time. Here is the dumb poem:
Pumpkins to Jack-O-Lanterns
There are both good and evil people.
Some are strange but others are evil.
The same is true for country bumpkins.
Who are those who raise these orange pumpkins.
Some pretty pumpkins make a U-turn.
Turning into a Jack-O-Lantern.
Instead of making some yummy pies.
Makes scary faces to haunt your eyes.
But these are friendly and won’t say boo.
They want to see a smile, not scare you.