How about an Edwardian Halloween?
Elegant and classy. More Edgar Allan Poe than Friday the Thirteenth.
A pumpkin covered in black lace.
A stack of books.
Story — that bottom book — the one labeled ‘Spells”– is an old geometry book from high school. I loved geometry and asked the teacher what kind of job used geometry. He didn’t know so he made me set out in the hall for the rest of the class. My first job as a landscape designer used geometry. Lots of it. And now I’ve found another use for geometry — the base for a pumpkin. So there, Mr. McC!
A glittered owl. She looks wise. She probably knows what careers use geometry. And lots of other things.
A glittery wreath hung over the mirror.
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