Albert Schweitzer

In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit. so thanks to those rekindlers!!!

Albert Schweitzer

Saturday, September 6, 2008

More pumpkins...can't have too many.

*Some men see pumpkins as they are and ask why, I dream pumpkins that never were and ask "Why not"? U.S. President John F. Kennedy dreaming about a 1500 pounder in the oval office one January.
*The Pumpkin is always oranger on the other side of the patch.
*I would rather sit alone on a pumpkin than crowded on a velvet cushion
*Ask not what your Pumpkin can do for you, ask what you can do for your pumpkin!

*People with glass Pumpkins shouldn't throw gourds.
*I never met a pumpkin I didn't like.
*Give me pumpkins or give me death(a bit extreme don't you think?)
*A rolling pumpkin gathers no moss.
*As happy as a pumpkin in manure(and you thought only pigs liked this stuff)
*Pumpkin light, Pumpkin bright, first pumpkin I see tonight. Wish I may, wish I might, Wish I had a prizewinner tonight.
*If at first you do not succeed, sow, sow(or grow, grow) again.
*Which came first: The pumpkin or the Pumpkin seed?
*A Pumpkin by any other name is still a pumpkin
*To err is human, a pumpkin is divine.
*That's the way the pumpkin crumbles.
*A pumpkin(Pie, cookie or Ice cream) a day, keeps the doctor away.
*Win one for the Pumpkin
*It's vite-vity-vitie-vidi-pumpkin!!(Lucille Ball)
*This is one small step for pumpkins and one giant leap for pumpkin-kind.
*I can not tell a lie, I cut down the Pumpkin Patch( Contrary to cutting down Cherry trees, damaging pumpkin patches in any way is simply inexcusable)
*You must be out of your gourd!
*"A man my age has nothing left to do but move to the country and grow big pumpkins" President Chester A. Arthur

A few wonderful quotes from the PumpkinNook,


Xani said...

Wow... what a gorgeous use of colour and imagination, and I'm loving the quotes :D

I was just curious - I'm completely in love with art and arty stuff. I was just wondering why you became a teacher and is it worth it?

I'm hoping to be one some day, but I'm hoping it doesn't take away the love I have for my art...


Kelly B. said...

Oh I love these! What I love about Fall th most is the warm cozy feeling which you have captured beautifully.

Lisa M Griffin said...

So beautiful... love the texture in these. Thanks for sharing and for peaking in at my blog. =)