For Your Windows

COVER YOUR WINDOWS WITH SPOOKY

on October 30, 2011

Did you know that decorating “jack-o-lanterns” originated in Ireland? They used to carve out turnips and potatoes. The tradition hooked up with pumpkins in American through Irish immigrants. The name sort of honored a mythical fellow named Stingy Jack who made bargains with the devil. Story has it that Jack carved out a turnip to carry a burning piece of coal the devil gave him…hence, the term “jack-o-lantern.”

And then we have those that sing!

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For Your Windows wishes you a HAPPY HALLOWEEN!


4 Responses to “COVER YOUR WINDOWS WITH SPOOKY”

  1. C. Ehardt says:

    This is good!! Loved it!!

  2. Nancy B says:

    Cute one, Toddy!

  3. Arthur Telles says:

    Love it! Thanks bunches.

  4. Thanks everyone for your comments! 🙂

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