Cotton Candy Dec3 by melodylowes Cotton candy on a stick, childhood fantasy to lick; sugar spun, a winter treat, you look good enough to eat! Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Makes my mouth water thinking about it. Oddly enough, it makes my mouth feel sticky with the thought of the texture as well 😉
No licking any yellow snow – a little tip from me. 🙂
Yewww. Brown snow isn’t good either lol
Ugh! (I guess I started this, didn’t I?) 😉
LOL Yep 😀
Beautiful! And it always was good enough to eat!
Thank you! (Don’t eat yellow snow – a tip from me…) 🙂
Love it! first day of snow in my place too 🙂
We’ve had snow for well over a month already – and more last night over a layer of frozen rain, so the roads are treacherous today…. 😦 Do you get much snow there?
A sweet post! 🙂
🙂 And no cavities!!
So true! It’s been too long since I’ve sampled snow.
Have you gotten this latest snowfall?? It started last night and has been going on and off since…
Absolutely. Saskatoon got a lot of snow and the side streets are still an adventure without four-wheel drive. Which part of the province do you live?
East of Humboldt – I heard that north of us got three times what we did…
Melody, I always like a poem that appears simple, yet had many facets and meanings. Well done! And my corgis say that they like the yellow snow the best! 😉
They would… 🙂
This is so much fun! 🙂 And calorie free . ..I’m in! (but make mine white , please)
🙂 Or bright blue??
Gorgeous and yummy, for sure!
Thanks Caddo! And sugar, calorie, and guilt-free!
But of course!!
I marvel at your ability to see snow in a whole new way! I just wish it would disapear as fast as the cotton candy would at my house
🙂 I find my gardener’s heart thinking that way, too. I am trying not to indulge it too much, and focus on what is beautiful about the snow, so I don’t just live frozen all winter! A day-to-day practice, with some days much more successful than others, I’m afriad… 🙂