We got a fair wallop of snow yesterday – but there’s nothing like a good-size snowman to turn these tiny frozen lemons into a huge lemonade slushie. 😉
This guy/gal belongs to our next door neighbors. See how s/he comes up to the second level of their house?!
(Okay, so the eyes are a little creepy, and the head is a little shrink-ish, but it’s still an impressive display.) 😉
[Snow art abounds in my neighborhood; check out the amazing snow angel that another neighbor made last year. Impressive.]
A "serious" gal who is trying to remember to lighten up and smile.
OMG that’s a LOT of snow! And it makes me glad I live in San Diego because I hate the cold and the white stuff (except in pictures). Brrrrrr….
I’m not a fan of snow/ice/cold either – but every now and again something happens where I can appreciate it for a short while. But if I had my way, my sweetie and I would be living in a much more southern/western climate. Alas, the things I do for love… 😉
great to see that people are having fun with the snow instead of grumbling about it. Make a snowman, go sledding, stay home and drink hot chocolate – all are good snow day activities.
Absolutely. Sledding (and tubing) is great fun – and a cup of cocoa is a perfect way to finish. All good indeed! 🙂
What fun! I love that “snow art abounds”. I wonder if the snow person comes alive at night.
Ooohhh, imagining the snow person becoming animated is kind of a creepy and scary thought for me. I’m not so sure s/he would be all that friendly… (the eyes really do kind of freak me out…)
Well, yes, the eyes are kind of creepy. But she certainly has a jaunty personality!
I remember that snow angel from last year, it was AMAZING!
We have what I consider a lot of snow, but next to yours, it’s a beach!
Agreed – the snow person’s demeanor is more merry than menacing.
Fortunately the sun has been shining brightly for the past 24-36 hours, so much of the snow has melted (at least from the roads)…It just wouldn’t be March without a hefty snow storm. 🙂