Thursday, March 20, 2008

good bye old friends

I collect snowmen. The whole collection comes out for Christmas decorating and then most of them get put away after the holidays. But I keep few of my favorites out the rest of the winter. My family starts asking this time of year, "how long are you going to keep those snowmen out?" And I tell them, "until Spring." Well... today is the first day of Spring, so I guess it's time to say good bye to my old friends.





and hello to SPRING!

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8 comments:

Melissa said...

Your snowmen are so cute! I've got a few snowmen that I love, but I usually put them away with my Christmas stuff...

SharonB said...

Hey Diana That's exactly what I did today!! I Just love my snowpeople...but HELLO Spring!!

Momma Roar said...

Welcome Spring!!! But ya know, time will fly and it'll soon be time to put them out again! :)

Pam in Colorado said...

As cute as those little guys are, I'm glad to see them being packed away 'cause that means SPRING IS HERE and I love Spring!!!

MammyT said...

So now what do you do? Do you collect anything else Diana, I have seen a LOT of icebergs. We were boat people in Alaska. But these are fantastic. My husband says that the ones with the dark blue are very old ice and the ones that are smooth have been underwater near the bottom of the glaciers so that the water has smoothed them like that.
Thanks for the wonderful photos.
Nancy

Deb said...

I also have snowmen & women & kids. Well we had 6 inches of snow on this Spring day??!! I guess I could go out there and build a Snowman. . . NOT!!
Happy Easter:)
Deb

Amber said...

Snowmen are sooooo cute! But not in spring. Sunshine and no snow are cute.

Too bad Denver is not experiencing either at this point!

J-ME said...

Love your snowmen! I've had mine out long enough, too. Even though the calendar says "spring", we still have many feet of snow on the ground. Regardless, I packed mine away in hopes that spring will soon follow!