What I Learned from a Snowman

It’s okay if you’re a little bottom heavy.

Hold your ground, even when the heat is on.

Wearing white is always appropriate.

Winter is the best of the four seasons.

It takes a few extra rolls to make a good midsection.

There’s nothing better than a foul weather friend.

The key to life is to be a jolly, happy soul.

It’s not the size of the carrot, but the placement that counts.

We’re all made up of mostly water.

You know you’ve made it when they write a song about you.

Accessorize! Accessorize! Accessorize!

Avoid yellow snow. Don’t get too much sun.

It’s embarrassing when you can’t look down and see your feet.

It’s fun to hang out in your front yard.

Always put your best foot forward.

There’s no stopping you once you’re on a roll.

 

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About Jodi

Jodi L. Milner is a writer, mandala enthusiast, and educator. Her epic fantasy novel, Stonebearer’s Betrayal, will be published November 2018 by Immortal Works Press. She has been published in several anthologies. When not writing, she can be found folding children and feeding the laundry, occasionally in that order.
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7 Responses to What I Learned from a Snowman

  1. captaindomon says:

    Every extra day is a gift, use it wisely.

  2. captaindomon says:

    Kids are what make us who we are.

  3. Heather says:

    Hahaha! Love these–especially the ‘Accessorize’ one. 🙂

  4. Michael Knudsen says:

    Good one for the season!

  5. nrhatch says:

    Thanks, Jo!

    When we LISTEN . . . anything in life can be our guide. 😉

  6. tsuchigari says:

    @Heather, Michael, and Nancy – thanks for stopping by!

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