Jonathan directed us as to how our pumpkins should look. Mine was supposed to be scary, his was supposed to be happy, and Tara's was supposed to be silly. He "helped" me draw all the faces (Tara got artist's block and had me draw hers). Jonathan even decided all the shapes on his, like the rectangle nose), and he helped cut his own.
Later in the evening, we put the pumpkins out on the step with candles in them. Tara's is on the right (winking and sticking out its tongue - that's what silly ones do, I suppose), Jonathan's is in the middle looking over at my scary one on the right. That curly-que on the right side of mine isn't an ear; it's a reflection from the bright-as-the-sun streetlight that the town put right in our front yard (the huge one that pretty much illuminates our entire house after they told us it would be a little light that would shine down on the sign for the Legion and wouldn't be one of those huge ones like the rest of the street lights. Bitter, anyone?)
And prepare yourself for Trick-or-Treat pictures, as that's tonight's order of activity.