Granny and I are making snow men...
They have no stuffu'n, no white paint, no faces or hats, just nuth'n...
Get this, I think Granny has lost her marbles, it has been 40 deg here this week and she decides to make of all thing Snow men.
We its not 40 deg today, just a beautiful 25deg. so I guess I will let her dream. She dreams all the time of living in a country where it snows for Christmas. She says "how romantic it would be". I say "I'd freeze my paws off." She says "Think of mulled wine, on an open fire". I say" I just want my normal Chocolate milk."
She say " We could build a snow man." I say we could do that here."
Well the Snow man that we are going to make, do not melt. Well I don't think they melt?
We cut them out in calico, then put tiny little pebbles in them so they would stand up.
They did look all floppy before they were stuffed.
In this picture some are stuffed and some not. I had to help with the stuffing, I was getting quite hot with all this hard work, plus all that fluff and stuff was getting up my nose.
A little Snow man that Granny made last year was all worried he would melt.
NO WAY HOSE 'A.
Never fear when Wilbur is here.
These two were scared to death; and being a bear I had to get my thinking cap on.
See I knew I could solve the problem. I just needed to squeeze into a space in the fridge and I knew he would be hunky Dory. That little snow man was so happy he thought he could get all his mates in that fridge. So out were thrown the butter, the cream and yoghurt . I still think it will be a squeeze.' Come here little frosty and see if this is better". Oh no "Stone the crows" its freezing, can you see my teeth chattering.
Well little frosty you can stay there I am hopping out. I told the Snowies they could go and live in the picture below. I need Warm chocolate milk with toast, peanut butter and honey. YUM...YUM.. in my tum.
See you all next week.
to a new follower this week.
Marion comes from Germany, I guess it is snowing there?
She makes wonderful bear, go and have a peek at
MY THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
"Almost all of our unhappiness is the result of comparing ourselves to others."