Picture of: real jack-o-lanterns, made from turnips and not pumpkins.
Today I: took daughter #1 to her volunteer work at the dog agility show, through rush hour morning traffic, way across town; went to the bank and the post office; worked on Halloween video that I posted at this link; made a grocery store run for candy and turnips; carved Halloween turnips with daughter #4, you can read about it here along with the Irish folktale; read postings about microphones and storytelling: folks, listen, it is about what your audience needs not what YOU need; drove back across town through evening rush hour to get volunteering-daughter; handed out candy; went to see my sister while she hosted a kids Halloween party; prepped for my storyteller's weekend "out of the office."
::C2008. Picture blog for storyteller Sean Buvala ( www.seantells.com). My written blog is at www.seanblogs.com::
Friday, October 31, 2008
10.31.2008 Carving Turnips for Halloween
Posted by About Sean Buvala at 10:31 PM
Labels: arizona storytelling guild, driving, halloween, jack o lantern, marketing, microphones, turnip, video, volunteering
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