Monday, November 2, 2009

Global warming...right

In case you're not on Facebook, it snowed in Houston today, December 4, 2009. I'm not talking a few flurries here and there - we had enough to build snowmen.


I mean, it snows every so often (when I was in sixth grade - 1993, Xmas Eve - 2005, and last December to be exact), but never enough to make actual snowmen, and boy were Houstonians up to the task.

Here are some we snapped as we drove around our parents' neighborhood. Vote for your favorite by clicking on the comments at the bottom of the post!

Snowman #1 "Reese's Pieces"

Snowman #3 "Sammy"

Snowman #4 "Aggie Yell Leader"

Snowman # 5 "Tiny Tim"

Snowman #6 "The Snow Queen"

Snowman #7 "MacFrosty"

Snowman #8 Frosty

Again, Blogger has taken over my computer and changed the font on me without my permission. Taylor has already told me to stop working on this because I keep yelling at the computer, and they want me to pay attention to The Godfather 2 which is on in the background and kind of clashing with the Christmas spirit of this post.

I just have to say, I love how most of these snowmen don't have hats and scarves on probably because they're gearing up for the high 50s coming promptly tomorrow. Typical Texas.

Don't forget to vote! (This is really just for me to see if y'all have given up on reading my blog since I haven't been on since July - O Come All Ye Faithful!)



meredithanddaniel said...

I vote for Snow Queen! I do check your blog often and am glad I'm not seeing the title Treasure and it's Final Resting Place anymore! :) Great to hear from you today. Hope to catch up soon. Miss you!! xoxo Meredith

The Neffendorf Family said...

MacFrosty! A very gentlemanly snowman :)
So excited you chose blogging over the Godfather. Love you!

Elizabeth Ann said...

Parson Brown is mine! :-)

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kaitlyn said...

the aggie yell leader all the way
he's obviously the most excited about finally being created

msenorman said...

I'm voting for Tiny Tim. Not because he is tiny, but because you can tell from the snowman to green grass ratio that the people who made him scraped almost their entire yard clean of snow to make a snowman that small. That is very funny. :-) Mark is sitting next to me studying for an Acts/Romans class.... thinking of you guys!

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