Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch

Looking back at Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch, it is clear to see that this was an event that enjoyed a lot of success. The pumpkin patch attracted people from all over, and the atmosphere was always festive. The event was also very family-friendly, which made it easy for everyone to have a great time. Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch was a popular destination for people to go during the fall, and it is clear that they will continue to be successful in the future.

Visiting Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch

I think today I can finally slow down enough and think about last week.  It was a busy week full of fun, however, also very emotional.  Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch turned out beautiful.  At the end, 175 pumpkins glowed in our front yard on Halloween night!

Our family and friends’ carving party was so much fun.  Lots of pumpkin guts, laughs, some tears, and delicious food surrounded us.   So many pumpkins were created that day.

Then on Tuesday, my friend and I had a creative circle for our school.  So visit Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch.Usually a bunch of us get together once a month and try to learn new crafts.  Everyone had so much fun last year that they wanted to do it again this year. Again, we had lots of creativity, pumpkin guts and delicious food.  I think the best part was seeing all the children who came to help his or her parents this year.  They really made us smile and laugh. 

One night in between a good friend of mine spent an evening just carving and talking.  It was a great night just to gab about life.  Our children are the same age except for her youngest.  We really got to work and designed some jack-o-lanterns.

Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch

We really ran ragged getting all the pumpkins arranged and ready with glasses and candles to be lit on the night before Halloween and Halloween.  It really does take a few of hours to just do that.  The day of Halloween 4 of us worked all day and another friend came after work to finish up the afternoon.  Three other people helped Halloween night with all the props, machines, keeping the pumpkins lit, and talking with visitors. It has been decided that is now takes two whole days to set up and be ready for the two nights.  Thankfully about 10 friends stay at the end and helped clear up everything from the yard and put it in the garage.  We just left the pumpkins out.  I don’t know what we would have done without all that help.

Between phone calls, cards, emails, forum messages and pumpkins sent from friends and on-line friends that are nearby and afar mixed with in person hugs, everyone’s special words helped me get through this memorial.

My family and I are very grateful for all the support and help that we received as we tried to remember Tiffany in a unique way just like the person she was.  She would have loved all the different pumpkins. It’s great in Tiffany’s Pumpkin Patch.It is always amazing to me when I look at them that I see many things such as different personalities…the meanings or stories behind them…the fun….happiness and even sadness. I know she would have viewed them as I do every year.   Art was something we shared.

 I want to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart who let me share this process with them. 

Now to get through Thanksgiving …the holidays…her birthday…this time of the year is so hard but it is so good to know that there are good people out there to help out…even if it is only just to listen.

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