Happy Halloween all from Australia! Although I've never lived in a country that really celebrates it as seriously as perhaps it is in the United States. I'm amazed at how much effort Americans I know living in the UK make in decorating their houses for the season and in organising their children's trick or treating expeditions. My sister has just come back from a trip back from the States in awe of the amount of Halloween decorations being set up in preparation for today.
Usually the boyfriend and I don't do anything to celebrate Halloween other than buy a pumpkin to make a jack-o-lantern and make pumpkin soup for dinner. I wish I could say I was going to some fancy dress Halloween party dressed in layers of black as Morticia but this year we've enjoyed a big barbeque with my family instead. We thought we would still keep up with our jack-o-lantern tradition though!
The boyfriend is a dab hand at pumpkin carving and here are his efforts with the local Australian species (we couldn't get hold of a large plain orange one here). I do like how they glow in the dark. Pumpkin soup for lunch tomorrow!
Here are some snaps of the sun drenched fields of France. I write this from the UK now where the end of summer is nigh. The days are gett...
Unless specified otherwise all photography, imagery and written content is the work and property of The Taxonomy of My Wardrobe and may not be reproduced without permission or without crediting and linking back to this blog as a source. If you want to reproduce something, please email me.