The colors and smells of autumn are in the air. Crisp apples and cider, pumpkins, gourds and squash of every type are in abundance at the Farmers Market outside our window in Kerrytown. And our friends at Green Daffodil Candleworks have been cooking up the best smelling pumpkin candles in the state!
Anne needed to drop off a second batch last Saturday, so we're well stocked again. We have plenty of these tealight size pumpkin candles that are just perfect to set inside your Jack-o-lantern on Halloween night! If you have some special little Trick-or-Treaters that you give an extra somein'-something to, we have a some adorable little boxes with vintage themed images on the outside. And a few jack-o-lantern boxes left, too. I'm really enjoying all the fun, creative costume ideas on Pinterest. When we were in college, my roomate and I made giant paper mache heads one year, and I loved dressing my kids up on Halloween (and helping them eat their candy...). Don't need to make any costumes for children lately, but I'm looking forward to seeing what the neighborhood kids dress up this year!