Sunday, December 20, 2009

Sundays in My City

Unknown Mami

Have you heard of Unknown Mami? She has a delightful blog where she shares photos of her city on Sundays. She invites the rest of us to link up with her and share some of our own city's photos. Click on the logo to visit Mami's Sundays in My City!

I live in St. Louis, Missouri. Welcome to my city!

These beautiful creatures are a pride and joy of St. Louis. The Clydesdale horses are a symbol of the Anhauser-Busch era. They are still very representative of the former company, as well as, the city of St. Louis.

I took another picture of my Snowpumpkin on my front porch. I thought you might be amused to see the before and after pictures. From the few freezes that we have had, the pumpkin is now a big ball of mush. I tapped it with my foot and nearly went through the whole pumpkin. reminds me of the saggy things on me!!!!

Have a great Sunday!


Jeanie said...

Even though he is a little saggy, he still has a smile on his face. That's a good role model for all of us.

AudreyO said...

I love the horse photo. There is a path we take when we walk and there are stables along the walk. It's always funny when one of the horses neighs and we end up jumping, it always scares us LOL.

Sonya said...

Oh my gosh look how much the pumpkin fell flat..sorta like a few things I got on me..LOL

I love those horses..I always wanted one.

Peterson Family said...

I love your little snowman pumpkins! I think it is such a great idea! And since I live in STL too, I love those Clydesdales too!

Life with Kaishon said...

I love. love. LOVE! your pumpkin. I do NOT love to think about the saggy things on me... EEEKS! Very fun post!

Joanna Jenkins said...

The Clydesdale horses are so huge and gorgeous- I'm lucky to have seen them in person once. What a sight! Thanks for the great reminder.

Hope you have a great week.

Chris H said...

Gorgeous horses.
Sad pumpkin! I hope you have gotten rid of it now.. or is it ooozing down the steps now!

Unknown Mami said...

The pumpkin melted! This morning way before I looked at this post I was talking to my husband and telling him how clever I thought you were for making snow pumpkins. Were your ears burning?

michelle said...

At least yours is a SNOW pumpkin. Two days ago I scraped the smooshed and frozen Halloween pumpkins off my porch steps to try and hang Christmas lights.

Which still aren't up

talk about procrastination... sheesh