While I honor and respect all the national and religious celebrations during this month, my holiday is Christmas. It’s been a bit difficult getting in the mood for all the pandemic and political and problems we face these days. So I thought I’d have a little Christmas fun. Today, Frosty the Snowman answers some questions from the personality test I use in character reveals. So, do you know Frosty like I know Frosty?
Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson wrote the song “Frosty the Snowman” in 1950. Written to capitalize on the success of Gene Autry’s “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” it never reached that level of success. But the story persisted. Frosty lives on in the song, a Little Golden Book, Dell Comics, several animation television shows, and in a parade in Armonk, New York.
1. Who is your role model?
What’s a role model? Is it something you eat? Snowmen don’t eat.
2. Who knows you the best?
Why the children, of course. Especially Karen.
3. What would your friends say about you?
That I’m a jolly, happy soul. Though their parents often say I’m a fairytale.
4. What is the question people ask you most often?
What was that magic in that old silk hat?
5. What is the thing you’d never say to another person?
I would never say anything sad or mean to anyone.
6. What is your greatest achievement?
That I’m as alive as I can be and I can laugh and play.
7. What is your greatest failure?
It’s when you try something, and it doesn’t work out.
Hm, that sounds very sad. I don’t do sad. But maybe I had a failure when I paused only a moment when I heard the traffic cop holler, “Stop!”
8. What did you learn from your greatest failure?
That traffic cops holler stop really loud.
9. What is the thing you are most proud of?
That I help children run and have fun before I melt away.
10. What would you like to change about yourself?
It would be wonderful if I never melted, but don’t cry. I’ll be back again someday.
Do You Know Frosty?
I hope you enjoyed this interview with Frosty the Snowman. And now, you know Frosty like I know Frosty. Which character that we know from December holidays would you like me to interview next Monday?