Monday, October 18, 2010

Pumpkin Patch

It's another manic Monday for me once again! I've got lots of chores waiting for me....lol! How was your weekend everyone?! Our weekend has always been busy. Well, that's the only chance I get to enjoy spending quality time with my family. Off from blogging/blog hopping.
One of the many traditions we have in our family every year is to go to a pumpkin patch. We started doing this tradition since Akesha was 6-month old.  
Yesterday we drove 30 minutes outside San Antonio just to find a pumpkin patch. Honestly, there are not so many pumpkin patches around here in Texas, and it's totally opposite in California where you can find it everywhere. Here you don't go to a pumpkin farm. You either go to a park, school, church or to your local grocery store. No pony rides, hay rides, corn maze & etc. But it's fine, we just want some pumpkins...lol!
Akesha painted this little pumpkin and paid a dollar for it...she had fun though. We are going to carve the pumpkins this weekend. How about you? How's your weekend?

33 comments :

  1. sana may ganyan den dito saten no sis? para bongga.. lol.

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  2. Love the pic of Akesha with the pumpkins....so pretty madam!

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  3. Sus, same time ug nakig-dungan ang mga comment namo oh...

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  4. ay bat dito sa pnas wla nyan, anyway visiting you before i sleep =)

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  5. I love the pictures tsang, sus nagbitbit ang photographer sa iyang pinalanggang DSLR hehe. maayo mo uy ky naa mn tradistion.

    Gahapon nag byahe mi sge ko kakita ug pumpkin patch akong bana nga way hinungdan wa pakialam haaaay maayo pabayloan ug asin ning taw hana heheh

    suroy sko kadali sa mga blue tsang.

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  6. Enjoyed my rip with yo to the pumpkin patch. Nice know you are a fellow Texan.

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  7. What a fun trip to the pumpkin patch, and your little one did a good job painting that one blue!

    Happy Blue Monday...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  8. Gorgeous photos badingding. Namali ako ng post sa comment sa baba lol..

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  9. love the pics as usual.... i carved pumpkin last night for the first time in the history of mankind... sus maria wala man paki akong anak... paghuman na sya niapil kaingon siguro to sya... later na ko kana wala na mess lol

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  10. Looks like she had fun with the pumpkins.

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  11. Great photos - I love your blue things. Happy Blue Monday.

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  12. Wow! nice! unsa man nang pumpkin sis? mura nag kalabasa? ignorante man gud ko ana oi... wala baya na sa atong bukid.. hehehehe!

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  13. Hi dhemz! Cute little pumpkins as Akesha's background :) Di ako nakakakita sa Pinas nyan hehe...BTW, i have an award for you, check out my blog:
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  14. wow, ka daghan sa pumpkin..ka nice posing ni Akesha oi hehe

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  15. Ang daming pumpkins... My weekend, as always, consists of a 10K run, he he he..

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  16. sana uso dito sa japana ang halloween para sa mga bata--walang nagti-trick or treat dito eh.

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  17. prang di uso dito sa amin ang pumpkin hehe, but the store offers different colors of plastic pumpkin.. =)

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  18. i grabbed all your badges and added you in my blog list. have a great day! :)

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  19. WowwwWOWWW... you have so many interesting activities heheheee... Love those pics... never seen so many pumpkins haha... Akesha is cute as always. ;-)

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  20. alegre gyud kaayo inyong Halloween, diri kay mingaw man. Cute ni Akesha. Nice pics.

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  21. Wow ga daghan ug pumpkin uy! Bongga man ang bayi, nice shades! :-) Take care

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  22. Great Photos! My grandkids love to go to the pumpkin patch :-)

    ~Ron

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  23. Very unique naman ang pumpkin niyo color blue hehehe

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  24. nice kaau ang bonding sa father and daughter b... oi, maau kay ready namo sis kay naa na carving d pumpkins... whew, pasayloa karon ra kblik saon p busy bisyhan kuno ko..ingon c ako. lol!

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  25. It's a bit early to make the traditional pumpkin lantern. Anyway Akesha seemed to know how to carve the pumpkin to make it into a scary pumpkin lantern. Akesha will surely enjoy her trick or treat this Halloween. What will be her costume? Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  26. post comments on you picasa web, Dhemz...great pix; thanks for sharing, ha :-)

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  27. da oi.. kafoy dli ko mag-carve unlike last year.. dako kaau to akong gi-carve.. heheh.. wla gani ko maskin little decor karon.. kafoy ko og huna2x oi.. hahah! Madam sis, ako lang 'ata mag-vacay ky naa bago project si mr. and matambakan mn jud xa pag-uli namo sa work tapos daghan gipang-tanggal sa ilahang building. Wla pa ko ticket though, krn pa mi weekend adto ofis sa LA.. heheh.. hopefully, ticket lang ako gihowatan para maka-ready nko. Heheh! Be happy for me then.. waaa.. of course I know you will be.. hehe.. thanks (presuming).. muahhh!

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  28. Looks like she is very proud of her pumpkin. Love that she painted it blue!
    Valerie

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