The "Frog Days of Fall" are rapidly moving toward Halloween, and now it's time to get serious about those pumpkins. Last week, I shared a video with you about how to select the best pumpkin, so now we start carving that Jack-O-Lantern.

It seems everyone in my family can carve the most creative, Jack-O-Lanterns except me. I'm usually the traditional triangle eyes, triangle nose and ziz-zag teeth guy. I found a video that might help all of us carve that award-winning Jack-O-Lantern. Just remember, always assist the kids if they want to carve, and never let them carve alone, but with adult supervision, for safety sake.