Happy Hallo-Meme

After making several potential designs in silico, my daughter chose one and we carved it. In order to participate in the Happy Hallo-Meme, we brought out the camera - first picture immediately after, the second once the darkness arrived and we lit up the candle inside:

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Of course, Juno in costume was a hit with neighbors....

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