Heavens to Betsy, it seems your trusty scribe is doing yet. another. weather. post. Hopefully this won’t prove overly irritating, it really has been top of mind for many of us. For days.
Seeing how people dealt with the horrid weather seemed like a good topic for a post, people are so creative! First of all, calling on The Abominable Snowman shows good judgment. He has experience in these matters.
You can always assign new tasks to the children, like rescuing the family mailbox when it drifts away.
These two wisely used the snow to share their thoughts about the local football team.
If the kids become bored you can always ask them to make a big snowman.
This 15-feet version was created by the Lucas family of Byron Center, Michigan. His buttons are made from plates and his scarf is 28 feet long.
Others appreciate a more petite perspective.
It’s offers a chance to finally make that larger than life replica of your dog.
And it also offers an opportunity to get a jump on Shark Week.
A tip of the tiara to the Bartz brothers: Trevor, Austin, and Connor Bartz.
The young men are no stranger to snow sculptures, the Minnesotans have also made a giant puffer fish and an enormous walrus.
Some Michigan youngsters also made a shark, albeit on a somewhat reduced scale. That’s Shane and Hunter Small of Charlotte, MI.
Sea creatures seem to be popular with this storm, this fish out of water was made by the Feher family.
Others made more menacing creatures.
Those with more enterprising natures jumped on the chance for a new revenue stream.
If this post were to be dedicated to anyone or anything, it would be to all those parents who suddenly had children to care for when school was canceled. On Monday. And then Tuesday. And for many, also on Wednesday.
I’m not sure how you all coped.