When we returned to our cabin, the first item on the agenda was to make a snowman. This was by far the largest snowman I had ever made and the first big one that one of our friends had ever made.
Since he was basically on the beach of the lake, his eyes were muscle shells. His nose was a water oak leaf. His mouth was made from sweetgum balls.
We also made a little table-top guy that certainly had a personality all his own.
We made these Friday night when it was still snowing and they were still there Sunday morning when we left, though the tabletop guy completely lost his head over the whole thing and had a melt-down.
While the larger one lost his teeth and as well as his heart on Valentine’s Day.
But all things considered, for central Georgia snowmen, they had rather long lives.
Thumpety, thump, thump,
Thumpety, thump, thump!….(Look at Frosty go!)