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Sunday, October 27, 2013

A Bit Of Irish Halloween . . .

 
One Large Leprechaun
A Few Carved Turnips
Some Irish Music
A Fun Evening




 


 




Until Next Time . . . 
 


14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

the turnips are very cute. guess we americanized it because we needed bigger/better. :)

Pamela Gordon said...

Fun looking 'pumpkins' or Jack-o-lanterns, I guess.

Margaret Adamson said...

Hi Lynne Lots shapes and sizes of the Turnips.

eileeninmd said...

Cool, I like all the different turnips. Happy Halloween, Lynne!

Nancy Claeys said...

Carved turnips? Now that's something I've never seen. :)

Musings from Kim K. said...

Very fun! Josie and I read a book about Halloween traditions last night and it talked about the Irish and their turnips. She had no idea what a turnip even looked like until we looked at pictures.

Halloween hugs!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

HA! Those carved turnips are adorable. I mean, whoever thought of carving turnips for halloween was genius... or something like that. LOL

missy said...

Cute turnip pumpkins..I though they were potatoes when I first saw them..

Lois said...

Fun photos of the carved turnips.

Rural Revival said...

I've never seen carved turnips either BUT I've never seen a leprechaun either...I always pictured them somewhat smaller...

: )

Bonnie said...

What fun! Love the turnips. St. Patrick's Day on Halloween! What fun!

Olive said...

Oh dear those turnips are a hoot. Joe cooked turnip greens here yesterday. He made a big ole mess doing it. xo, olive

At Home in English Valley said...

Hi Sweet Lynne, You know I love anything that celebrates heritage, even if it is a carved turnip! I first saw this tradition on the Fabulous Beekman Boys several years ago. Looks like a great time! Love, Penny

Gail said...

I had heard of turnips being carved but now I've seen them. Adorable.