Leaves are dropping and temperatures are down, but perhaps the truest sign that fall has arrived is the opening of local pumpkin patches. While families often pick up a pumpkin for carving or decoration, there’s a new tradition to try – Thankful Pumpkins.
Creating a Thankful Pumpkin is simple: using permanent markers and a pumpkin, write down things you are most grateful for. Start by jotting down a few of your top blessings and add to the list day by day until Thanksgiving.
Thankful Pumpkins are a unique way to meaningfully connect with family and visualize the things that matter most.
– Kristen McDonald Grissom, Bascom Communications & Consulting