Frostina

Snowdays are awesome.  I have so much to say on this subject that I will do my best to compartmentalize the topics.  First up, building a snowman (or woman as our case may be).  Sunday morning, Corey and I spent a good two hours building the best snowwoman ever.  She was by far the best snowwoman on the block as she is still the only snowwoman on the block. 

And Corey finally explained WHO was actually getting married in “Frosty, the Snowman” song…apparently I thought Frostie was marrying someone this whole time.  Shattered.  Guess it doesn’t matter anyway since they were only pretending that he was Parson Brown.  This revelation was spurred on by our singing quite merrily all sorts of holiday songs while we worked.

Frostina will stay with us for quite some time, I am hoping.  We strategically placed her by the door not just for greetings, but for maximum sunblock, aka the house (SPF 1 billion).  And she had lots to say, like “Boooze” “Hollllla” and “I heart snow.”  

Before Frostina started speaking words like Boooze, the little adorable 1.5 (?)year old neighbor girl came to visit our snowwoman with her parents.  There is nothing more adorable than a little girl head-to-toe in pink winter gear she’ll only wear once before outgrowing it.  She (in so many words) told us she really liked Frostina.

In summary: Frostina = best snowwoman ever.  Speaking her mind.  Bringing neighbors together.  Entertaining children.

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  1. #1 by Corey on December 22, 2009 - 12:00 pm

    “Let it Snow” not “Frosty.” Still, I can’t believe you thought the snowman in the meadow was getting married. He clearly is Parson Brown and doing the job while he’s in town.

    • #2 by Megan on December 22, 2009 - 3:40 pm

      Ahem, you mean “Winter Wonderland,” not “Let it Snow” or “Frosty.” I realized this as I was getting dressed this morning, jamming to the 24/7 Christmas Music station. Jamming.

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