Snowmen assembly half baked but fun

 

“It snowed last year too: I made a snowman and my brother knocked it down and I knocked my brother down and then we had tea.” Dylan Thomas.

Yesterday was Halloween. It was also the day that the area received a fair amount of snow. During the day the children at a nearby school got busy and formed independent work groups to build the biggest snowman possible. However when I looked around the schoolyard  a short time later I noticed that the overly enthusiastic groups were all building a massive base for their snowmen. Over time a few of the more insightful youngsters realized that gigantic snowballs were the best they could do. The yard is now festooned with an array of snowmen bottoms. Oh well. The kids were having fun amid the chaos more so than the current White House. — gc

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Quote of the week: Goodness is about character - integrity, honesty, kindness, generosity, moral courage, and the like. More than anything else, it is about how we treat other people. --- Dennis Prager

26 Comments on Snowmen assembly half baked but fun

  1. Team work, always to be admired. I can’t believe there is snow so early it’s not even winter, it’s autumn!

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  2. Great fun and also fun to watch. I suppose you couldn’t join them? Torture!

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  3. The Headless Snowmen…

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  4. I definitely like your quote of the week!

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  5. That must have been a huge snowfall…those snowballs are huge

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