Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

Polly #3 is enjoying the snow in her “chalet”! Oh, I forgot to mention…this is the first time she’s seen snow! 20+ inches and counting!

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10 Responses to “Polly in the Snow!”

  1. Polly,
    The reason you haven’t seen snow before is because frogs hibernate during the winter! Even some kindergarten students know that!

  2. Polly, even frogs should wear mittens and a hat in this weather…Button up baby! It’s cold out there! Have fun in the snow…maybe you should make a snow frog!

  3. I wish i could show you the picture of my car… its completely covered in snow… I literally CANNOT see it…

  4. That’s what I’d call a ‘bird’s eye view’!

  5. Polly,

    I didn’t know that frogs like snow. Maybe that’s why you’re in your chalet.

  6. Thanks for your comment Anonymous! Of course I know that frogs typically hibernate through the winter, but I’m a travel frog, and I’m way too busy to sleep the winter months away!

    I think it’s fantastic that Kindergarten students know what the word hibernate means. Way to go you guys!

    I looked up the definition, and according to Merriam-Webster, hibernate means:

    1. To pass the winter in a torpid or resting state
    2. To be or become inactive or dormant

    It makes me sleepy just thinking about it!

  7. I’m making snowshoes for my web-footed friends. They’re still in production, and I’m working on a few glitches in the design. I’ll let you know when they’re finished.

  8. Hi, this is Blanca from Madrid,Spain. Today we also have a lot of snow in the streets, so that my children and me are at home, waiting for the traffic jam to disappear…

    Feliz Navidad para todos desde Madrid!


  9. Hi Blanca (blue eyes),
    I miss you! Thanks for leaving a comment! I would love to see what Madrid looks like after a winter storm. I guess the roads look the same as everywhere else after a big snow…a mess, but I guess all of the parks look beautiful covered in a blanket of white, especially El Retiro.


  10. Is this a snow bird? Wait, it looks like a frog! I’m so confused. Great pic!