Frosty’s Terrible Accident

Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul who was severely lacking in commonsense and physical coordination. One day, against Santa and even the most adventurous of the elves’ advice, Frosty went sledding. He wrapped his favorite carrot scarf around his neck and adjusted his two eyes made out of coal. Then, after waxing up his sled, Frosty climbed to the top of the snowy mountain.

Thumpity thump thump
thumpity thump thump
Look at Frosty go
Thumpity thump thump
thumpity thump thump
Over the hills of snow

At first, it was a “Wheeeeee!” and “Yippeeeee!” and holly jolly belly rolls, until the tree.

A very large, very stationary, very solid tree.

Thumpity thump thump! Look at Frosty go ...

Thumpity thump thump! Look at Frosty go …

Luckily for everyone, especially Frosty, Santa and his sausage sleigh were there to save the day!

Frosty lacked physical coordination

Frosty lacked physical coordination

Seeing that Frosty’s clove eyes were rolling back into his head, Santa quickly loaded up the bloodied and maimed winter friend. With Rudolf’s guidance, and Dasher and Prancer’s prowess, they made haste to save Frosty.

Santa's Sausage Sleigh

Santa’s Sausage Sleigh

For Frosty the snow man
had to hurry on his way
But he waved goodbye saying
“Don’t you cry
I’ll be back again some day*

* Likely as a zombie. But that’s another meat sculpture for another day.

Happy Holidays.

2 thoughts on “Frosty’s Terrible Accident

  1. Hi josefiend,
    Isaiah and Jordan my son and daughter would like to make a tofu sculpture of Richard Sherman yelling in a microphone while strangling Wes Welker from the Broncos and holding an olive branch in the other. Would love to hear back from you and pura vida!

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