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Sunday, December 15, 2013


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I would have my snowman take me to Colorado to ski once again, since it's been so many yrs. since I've gotten to do that and maybe even go ice skating, since I've only done that once in my life.
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How all beautiful!


If I were spending the day with a snowman....we would magically fly to each of my precious grandchildren and make snow angels and other snowmen...then we would fly home and make a quilt with that IN FROM THE COLD fabric...which would possess magic as well, and as long as the snowman was wrapped in the love of the quilt he would remain! I love a happy ending!

Linda Douglas


Grammy Sharon

Such a nice collection. A day with a snowman.........Have my grandkids join in for a snowball fight and then dance away.

Sue P

I would dance with the snowman, make snow angels, cross country ski and then have a bonfire and have hot chocolate. Oh the snowman would need to stay away from the fire.

Louise W

Hmm, one day with a snowman. First I think we would go on a snowshoe trek so he could show me his favorite places and sites. Then we would have a Snow Tea party - all the food would have a snow theme and the hot chocolate would have lots of whipped cream to look like snow. We would end with dancing in the moonlight shining on the snow, until the sun came up and he melted away.


I love snowmen and was sorry to see our snow and cold go away, wishing we would get another storm before winter is over. Love the charm pack thanks for chance to win.

Sandy D

If I could spend a day with a snowman I would take a walk with this gentleman in the woods on our farm. We would call the birds to have a chat. We would probably see a few deer too. We would sit on a log and eat our lunch and tell stories until it was coming on dark. Then we would say our goodbyes with a tear in my eye.

Colleen J Chester

I would love to go shopping with a snowman!

Sally Jean

As a child growing up in Wisconsin I did a lot of ice skating and snowman building, but since moving to Texas 25 years ago those things have changed. So my magical snowman would take me back to snowy Wisconsin for a day to ice skate at the old lagoon and end with a hot chocolate before he melts away. And the magic is definitely in the hat!!!

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