Tuesday, December 30, 2008

in my neighborhood

This one's for you, Mom!







14 comments:

Susan said...

What a fun end to the day (1:26am EST)!

I'm so glad you documented the stylish variety of snowmen found in your neighborhood! We don't have such interest in the Eastern neighborhoods of Buck's County. Great photos, not surprising.

I do love the sea serpent. Thanks for the filled request! Goodnight.

Elizabeth said...

What great photos. A delight, the only snowmen in my neighborhood are of the huge blow up variety.

Love your recipe blog. I have already seen several of your recipes I have been wanting to try!

Jill said...

These are fun pictures. I haven't ever taken pictures of other people's snowmen before, but as the kids and I are in the car we're always pointing them out to each other.

Neighbor Jane Payne said...

What a delightful post!

Hannah said...

This made me smile this morning. A great start to a very busy day!

Holly said...

Snowmen make me so happy! Living in TX, we hardly ever get to see them.

Denise said...

I don't think I've ever seen even one snowman in my neighborhood! Sad, especially since we live in Colorado, where you'd think they could be easily found.

As usual, I love your photos.

Natasha said...

That sea monster is awesome!
How fun to document!

shannon said...

Send some snow this way, would ya?!
I'm dying for the chance to document the snowmen in our neighborhood. I really love your new blog banner...It's so colorful and fresh looking. Happy New Year...PS--i'm loving your new recipe blog!

Barb said...

I love the one with the wreath on his head. I would name him 'The Snowman of Christmas Present'.

carlo said...

this post could have said "for carlo"

i love it!!

hmmm, i remember snow. have i mentioned that we have not had snow let alone enough to make a snowman, woman or even child. sad.

i know we will get hit with a ton at some point so i am not complaining too loudly!

amy m said...

This makee me want to run outside and make a snowman. Too bad there is no one here to do it with or I think I might. Love all the variations and what a great way to be greeted into the neighborhood.

Erin said...

You have a picture of my snow family up on your blog!!! How crazy is that? The photo of the big snowman with the carrot coming out of its head (that is my husband, and snowman on the right is me). That is my mom's house! Scott my husband and my two kids went out and made our whole family...including the little baby that is coming. I haven't taken the time to post my pictures of this process...but you can bet I recognized that carrot coming out of the head!

What a small world!

Love ya!

Amanda L. said...

Have you read Snowmen at Night?

Such a great scene. We live in an older neighborhood without a lot of kids...so our snowmen are always lonesome. Although this year we had a snowhorse.

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