Abbey Road, Mr Spock, castles, the headless horseman, gargoyles, cats, Dracula, ghosts, owls, teeth and not forgetting my logo. All of these are things I have seen carved into pumpkins. Brilliant, every one of them.
Apples have always been symbols of mysticism and love both in art and religion. But they are so much more than that.
In Britain, August is part of the summer holidays. This never used to be about having fun though. Crops are beginning to ripen and children were needed to help reap the harvest. August was always a busy month.
There were times during my childhood when we holidayed during the new school term, in September. It seemed to me, as an eight-year-old, that we were indulging in some kind of secret activity. In those days the holiday was in Wales, which still remains my favourite country.
Moon Day on 20 July commemorates the Moon Landings in 1969. But the moon has always been a special thing, especially to our ancestors.
Full moon in May means rice pudding in our house. It is the Buddhist festival of Wesak, or Buddha Day, and rice pudding symbolises Buddha's first meal following his Enlightenment, which was a sort of rice pudding.
After a week that often includes Easter, April Fool's Day and the start of British Summer Time, it seems fitting that the Anglo-Saxons considered April to be the month of feasting.
It comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. March, named after the Roman God of War, Mars, would certainly suggest an aggressive month. In modern times too, with the exception of the recent War on Afghanistan, almost all major US-NATO led military operations since the invasion of Vietnam have begun in the month of March.
Some years are barren and in others, abundant. Daffodils. But whether they are growing naturally or are of the paper variety, there is no avoiding them on 1 March in Britain. These lovely spring flowers of eternal cheeriness and hope are the national flower of Wales, 1 March being Saint David's Day, the Patron Saint of Wales.
The Romans gave us Venus and Cupid. The Egyptians had Bast, the cat goddess. The Greeks - Aphrodite and Eros. The Moroccans had Qandisa, who made men go insane.