Saturday, December 3, 2016

Thanks for the Memories....



On Thanksgiving weekend, we had many visitors for whom snow was a real novelty.

The visiting kids did what kids anywhere would do when they see snow on the ground.

They ran outside, risked chilly hands and made a snowman-of-sorts.


There really wasn't a huge amount of snow with which to work but they did quite well with what they had.

Ol' Thankful even had leafy hair and big fat carrot for a nose.



Alas, within a day, he was about as visible as the Thanksgiving turkey dinner we had eaten.

Gone but not forgotten!

DO YOU ENJOY MAKING SNOWMEN?

9 comments:

Donna Volkenannt said...

Your snowman is cute! When I was younger I enjoyed building snowmen, but now I enjoy watching others build them.

Sandra said...

Glad you captured the snowman on camera; so that you can have a special memory. We have plenty of snow to build one here and I don't think the snow will be going away any time too soon with the cold temperatures we are expecting.

Connie said...

I can imagine their laughter and giggles while building it. How fun, thanks for sharing, you have added a huge smile to my face this morning :)

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my goodness you have had that much snow? I love making snowmen.

"Do you wanna build a snowman?" ...............

Glad you had a nice time with your guests.

Sandi said...

He's beautiful!

Red Rose Alley said...

It's been so long since I built a snowman, Susan, but if we had snow in our area, I'd be the first one out there to play! This is a nice snowman made by all the kids. :)

Have a peaceful Sunday, dear.

~Sheri

Barbara Neubeck said...

.. great snowman Susan.... nice that your guests were able to have a special time building it... xxxxx
I would love a musical light up mat for Christmas..
.. Barb xxx

Linda O'Connell said...

I know those babies had a blast building old Thankful. He was quite debonair. Happy Sunday.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

My goodness! He's got a mighty long nose! Ha! Fun and cute!

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