Yeah, that’s a bit of a problem, all right!
know of any midwestern Christmases where there was no snow? (seeing as Schulz came form the midwest)
Welcome to Arizona, home of the Keanes and the Flagstons.
The snowman is going to have ‘some rubbers’! LoL! Yeah, I know what they meant, but still: LoL!!!
I once made a snowman out of Ivory Snow, and called it an Ivory Snowman.
“The best laid plans of mice and men”
huh… well nuts.
Growing up in St. Pete., Florida, we made sandmen on the beach.
In southern Michigan we usually had a 50/50 chance, but by January we usually had snow!
Here in MA, we had snow until yesterday. Then it rained all day.
I hear mudmen are also very popular…
Perhaps they could substitute marshmallows for snow.
I’m still impressed that he says: Which shall we do instead of the more common (but probably grammatically incorrect) “What should we do today?”
Come to Ohio – We’ve got plenty.
How about a mud pie, then?
Best laid schemes of mice and men…..
It rained Christmas Dayt and washed away not only their white Christmas but for the next three days as well. If not longer.
Calvin and Hobbes did a joke here once. So did FoxTrot, except in FoxTrot there was snow, but not enough. Man, I wish it snowed here.