Halloween World Literacy Project Day!
For some reason, my family has never really carved jack-o-lanterns. We’ve historically painted our pumpkins–probably because my family members have so much rampant artistic talent.
But being a writer isn’t much help when it comes to decorating pumpkins. Or at least, not until 2012, when I decided to forget about keeping up with my family and put words on my pumpkin.
I called it the World Literacy Project: simultaneously embracing writerliness and offering all those cute trick-or-treaters a healthy dose of literary education. Good deal, right?
Well, something a little bit special happened in my life this year. So I found a gold pen and imitated the style of a designer I admire very much. The 2014 World Literacy Project now features an illuminated pumpkin.
Anybody want to guess where they’ve heard these words before? Add a comment if you think you know!
Improving world literacy, one pumpkin at a time!
2 thoughts on “2014 World Literacy Project”
I love the Hobbit hole pumpkin! Very creative festivities. Happy Halloween! 🙂
I just painted pumpkins for the first time this year! I’ve decided it’s far superior to carving. 😉