Thanks for my morning smile.
Cute little fella, you're right!
I like your temporary neighbour, you have a nice lot of snow I see.
Actually, the snow comes and goes.
Cute. Doesn't need to be fed, watered, doctored, and won't outstay his welcome. Maybe.
I fear that he'll be around for awhile.
He wouldn't last long here this morning; it's raining the proverbial "cats and dogs." Thank goodness it's 70 degrees or we might get snow! You have snow, right? A little bit? Would you recall the winters of '53 and '54? Lots of snow in the Twin Cities and we went at least two weeks where the temps stayed south of 20 below! My old '37 Chevy broke down about midnight when it was 24 below. The girl on a date with me was not impressed. :-)
During those winters I was still finishing high school in Green Bay, WI. Jim doesn't remember any of it; we have a habit of dismissing memories like that. PS. How could any girl not be impressed with you, regardless of circumstances?!!
And a cute new neighbor (critter) he is!
Someone was busy building this cute critter. We got some snow but not enough to build a snowman and it is almost all melted where we live.
I only miss the snow when I see photos like this. Brings back fond memories.Thanks!
What a lovely snowman!
A huge smile and it looks as though he's ready to play!Btw, I always suspected you were generous but you really don't have to share your snow with us. Really.
Cute snowman! Happy New Years!
Happy New Year Kate!
Now that's a cute critter!
One of the best critters I have seen today. He looks like he would make a nice neighbor.
Some people would kill for blue eyes.
'Ol blue eyes!!
So cute! My kids were disappointed that our snow fall wasn't enough to make a snowman -- at least not this round!Visiting via Camera Critters :-)bonkersinbarnhart.com
Its big smile has given me one, too.
Your critter makes me smile!Have a Happy New Year!
Thanks for visiting my blog; I appreciate it! Come back often!!