I love pumpkin! And you?
Many years ago, people in my native Ugarchin lived mostly in their huts, often in the winter. I know from my parents - the children have walked to school, going a long way, in the morning and in the evening. He also studied and helped his families in agriculture, livestock. My father was telling me how difficult in the big frosts and snow had moved to the school in the village of our hut, one of the most distant (more than seven kilometers). But the heirloom of their ancestors helped, warmed, and satiated the children's hunger. On top of that, the pumpkin is so delicious and aromatic. Yes, with the orange pieces of pumpkin just baked in the hearth under the shed and stuffed in the pockets, in the winter our parents have much easier to go to the school and back. Here, our practical ancestors have begun our love for this wonderful fruit ... I love the pumpkin very much! And you, my friends?