Glenties, co. Donegal
Hi Bill.Funny and cheerful.Greetings from Patricia.
Heel leuk Bill, dit vrolijkt het jaargetijde en de sfeer fraai op.Groetjes Kees.
That looks a very uncomfortable position in which to wait for Christmas.
I hope he gets recycled.
A bit early, but he will survive!
Thats an early bird indeed.
Ah... poor Frosty.
...sad to be discarded.
LOL, he is really early. I do love the snowman. Take care, enjoy your day!
Oh my. Hope his bigger relative doesn’t show up any time soon.
I hope he attracts all German frost, too! Have a nice day, Bill. So far Frosty does a crap job, we have only 11C!
Very cheerful. Looks very clean and new.God bless.
I like him! Ha! Very punny you are 🙂
The landscape looks a little barren! Snow is needed!!
Too Funny - Thanx For The Holiday Cheer Mr BillCheers
I'm sure that he will be rescued soon.
I bet someone will come along and take him home.
He will stay there until the end of the year. He is not afraid of Covid.. : )
Hi Bill, nice frosty, he is waiting for a new house a think. Have a nice weekend. Greetings Caroline
That is a great capture Bill.
This impaled Frosty may find a rescuer as we got closer to the Xmas season. ;-)
Well that's a sight to make you smile Bill 😊
Somebody has a good sense of humor!
Strange and funny
Hopefully he brings in some Christmas spirit in December.
It will be winter before you know it 😏
I'd love to have one!
Muy propio para las fiestas que tienen que se avecinan, en menos de dos meses.
Llego temprano; pero el tiempo pasa tan rapido; ya vienen las fiestas y creo que seguiremos guardados.Un beso Bill!!
Frosty is early this year. Just as long as he doesn't start singing his theme song.
I had to laugh at Andy's comment on my blog as well. Thank you for your contribution.
Tão entusiasmante a sua obra de arte, Bill!Um abracinho de luz!������Megy Maia��
Love his expression!
I love your pictures
Awww isn't he great :)All the best Jan
Nice photo! :-)