KnittingPathsOfLife

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

THEY BROKE OUT AGAIN

They did it again. This one almost made it into the bedroom before he stopped.
This is what happens to naughty snowmen who do not wait to be helped down the stairs. Landing all it a pile, made for a soft landing though.
This group only made it part of the way down. They just opened the little attic door on the left at the top of the stairs, jumped out of the red and green totes and down they came. The bigger ones are smart and just stay up there.
Of course, then they expected me to organize them once again. They better behave this year. Maybe if they do, all of their other friends will come out to go on the tree.
Yes, they do have many more snow friends still in the attic. They are the ceramic ones that go on the tree, and others who sit on tables and even music boxes. I hope this year I have the energy to get them all out. Some of you probably remember last year when they stayed where they were. Yes Heidi, I hear you.

13 comments:

Heidi said...

Who me??? :-)

AVALANCHE!!!!!!!!

And how is Marty???

I was busy posting a blog entry but am off now to work on your background for winter.

Love and hugs ~
Heidi

Carolien said...

Hello Nancy,

I am glad the snowmen are out, it's such a cheerful sight! Enjoy them!!! :) I'm curious to see the ceramic ones as well. We will send you some energy, o.k.?

Bye & hugs, Carolien

Saskia said...

O good, they are back again.
Hope they get more friends this year.
It looks pretty cozzy already.
Saskia

hazel said...

What a lovely snowmen family you have Nancy, do they change places with each other at night.
Love Hazel (UK)

Linda said...

What a giggle...I love your naughty little snowmen, they were just anxious for the holidays. They sure look cute. You have been busy and I like how pretty your blog looks.

Happy Thanksgiving Nancy have a joyous day...hugs, Linda

Amy Marie said...

Too funny! Lily is having a fit because everyone is decorating for Christmas before Thanksgiving. She keeps telling everyone that they are skipping a whole holiday! However, she did start watching Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph DVDs during quiet time this afternoon.

onlymehere said...

I'm glad they busted out of their bins! I had forgotten how much you love snowmen but now I remember last year too! I didn't get out one decoration for fall or Thanksgiving this year. I'm so bad. I'm hoping to have Christmas up this weekend so Trav can enjoy it before he goes. I need to follow your example and get to it! Happy Thanksgiving.

Susan in SC said...

I love these little snowmen! No wonder they escaped from the attic - it's getting cold up there!!

angelasweby said...

Oh Nancy :>)
I'm so glad the snowman are out on parade, when they come out of hibernation, Christmas really is just round the corner :>)

They definitely need a firm hand though as they can get a bit rowdy when they've had a bit too much to drink - Snowballs, of course!!
I don't know if you have snowballs in America :>)

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Love Angela

Tam said...

LOL! I love snowmen!
They are adorable all sitting on your stairs.
The blog background looks great!!
Sending your some energy wishes:)

Brigitte said...

Ha, I was already waiting to see them again. They are some clever guys, aren't they? LOL.

Sonja said...

Naughty, naughty snowmen. But they look really cute alltogether!

Gettysburg Homestead said...

Whew! I had some catching up to do.

Your short vacation looked wonderful.

The mishap the snowmen was horrible. It looks as though no one was hurt. I love the way you have them arranged on your steps. That pie sure did look good. And all we had was pumpkin. Lol

Mary