Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Snowman


Photo taken 7 January 2012

24 comments:

  1. Are those lightbulbs? What a great snowman!

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    1. Thanks, Sheryl. Yes, my daughter got a "snowman kit" as a gift. They light up.

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  2. How clever! :-) My Wednesday post is HERE.

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  3. That's the most interesting snowman I've ever seen! Love all the colors!
    Here's My Photo

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    1. Jennifer, I was unsure about joining because it requires my email address. It doesn't state what you do with the addresses once you collect them.

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  5. Very cool snowman! I happy to say that here in Seattle we've had NO chance to make one so far this year...

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    1. Oh... you don't like snow? We LOVE it! :) The first snowman of the season is always the best!

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    1. To be honest, I wouldn't have bought it. I tend to be a rocks, sticks, and carrots kind of snowman builder. BUT, the lights are very fun.

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  7. Great picture! I can't imagine having that much snow!

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    1. You must live somewhere warm, Madigan. That was a relatively small amount of snow for us.

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  8. Wonderful snowman. Snowmen always make me happy. Last Christmas I was in Hawaii and we made san snowmen. Great fun.

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  9. Oh, I love the "Sandman" idea! I'll have to do that with my kids this summer.

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  10. It's a GLOWman snowman - how unique!

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    1. Hah! What a fun name! Thanks for stopping by Cathy.

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  11. What a happy snowman! We haven't had enough snow yet to make a snowman but yours is a colorful inspiration!

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    1. My kids were SO excited by this first snowfall. What kid, isn't really? Thanks for stopping by Pragmatic Mom.

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  12. Wonderful snowmen! We have to drive to the snow if we want to build a snowman and some of my students have never seen the snow.

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    1. What state are you in, Jeanette? Thanks for stopping by.

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    2. That explains it! Maybe a trip to Tahoe? :)

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