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Kevin M. Scarbrough said...

Today, I too made a snowman. Mine was far less defined, smaller, and lumpier. Heehee!

It was my first, and quite literally something I've dreamed about every winter for the past 20 winters (if not more, I'm not 100% sure when I became aware of snow).

Being sans carrot, I had to walk to the grocery store (my car barely runs in when the roads are dry, much less slick with water and snow) and it was literally up a hill both ways, in the snow (I live on a hill, Publix is on a bigger hill, and there is a huge valley between the two of us).

I sang every Christmas song I could think of that dealt with snow as loudly as possible. I probably looked insane. It was the best day I've ever had in Atlanta, and one of the best days of my life.

Tania Rochelle said...

It's a good thing you like snow enough for the both of us, Kevin.

ads. said...

K...glad you're enjoying it.

Looks like Lo likes the snow.

Cheer up, T, it won't last long. What you have is just a wonderful little taste of another flavor that nature has to offer. It's not like you have to taste that SAME DAMN THING over and over, month after freakin' month, until you're so sick of it you wanna PUKE!....uhhh....errr....nevermind...(I'm gonna go and sob uncontrollably now...)

Collin said...

Looks like it took most of the snow in your yard to make that snowman. :)

Spence said...

Wow, that's actually the most impressive snowperson I've seen over the past few days in the ATL. Most of them are 1/3 the size and covered with grass...totally pathetic by a New Englander's standard. Way to go, Lo!! Now the real question, will she stay with Dad in the cold or head south with Mom. T, just so you know, winter in Atlanta isn't really all that cold...

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