Monday, December 29, 2008

G.I. WHOA!

This gives whole new meaning to the songs, "Baby, It's Cold Outside" and "Frosty the Snowman". G.I. Joe was so excited to build a snowman that he forgot to put pants on. But of course, I can't help but think of the song "Snow Hey Oh" by the famous band, the Red Hot Chilly Peckers --

The more I see, the less I know,
The more I like to let it go -- hey oh, whoa ...
Deep beneath the cover of another perfect wonder
Where it's so white as snow.

Oh wait, that's the Red Hot Chili Peppers -- or something like that. G.I. Joe still had a frosty good time building his snowman. We have about 2 feet of snow and Rick and the boys had a pretty good snowball fight yesterday. It got pretty brutal at times. Even the little one wasn't spared ...

But not to worry, Nathan got him back good ...


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13 comments:

  1. Oh No Poor Joe! Fun pictures, looks like they had a great time playing in the snow. Is it still snowing?

    Nancy

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  2. Wow Rena,you can keep all that snow in Montana!We had almost 50 degree temps on Christmas,which is not normal.Poor Neil looks like he got what we used to call a "snowjob!" And LOL at G.I. Joe.He needs to dress better for the weather.:)

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  3. Joe's gonna have some awfully painful snowbite.

    You weren't kidding when you said the boys weren't spared. There's snow in his mouth! lol

    Gale

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  4. Too cute! I actually got outside today with the kids and built a fort! We were planning for a snowman but the snow was too hard so I used a trusty hockey stick (which all Canadians are required to have - by law I think!) lol And the stick cut out pretty good blocks so the fort is looking cool! Now every bone in my body is sore and I am thinking about going to bed... at 8:06 pm!
    Ah winter!

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  5. Hey, Oh...Put your pants on Joe!
    Looks like lots of fun in the snow! Ours melted!

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  6. We have those tubes for water - never thought about using them for snow. Hey...snow is just slightly frozen water, right?...

    I'm obviously not very creative.

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  7. Red Hot Chilly Peckers! Too funny! Love those military types who endure under Xtreme conditions.

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  8. OH MY GOD...I so love the half naked GI man! woot! :) Thanks so much for making me smile and chuckle this morning.

    *hugs*

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  9. That's the kind of exposure to snow I like - by photos.

    What fun.

    Vivian
    http://viviansmysteries.blogspot.com
    http://prairiedogcowboy.weebly.com

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  10. Rena - glad your boys are enjoying the snow! We had a green Christmas here... but hope to get snow before winter is over!

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  11. GI Joe Montana man LOL they breed 'em tough in the mountains

    Happy new Year!

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