Grandfather Delivers Snow To Build Snowman For Granddaughter


A grandfather last week gave his granddaughter the most memorable gift.

After the "Blizzard of 2015" hit last week, which Philadelphia did not get. Providence, Rhode Island resident Allen Queen loaded his truck with snow and drove 375 miles south to his granddaughter’s home in Glen Burnie, Maryland, the Capital Gazette reported.

Queen told the girl that Elsa—from the hit movie “Frozen”—helped deliver the snow, according to the Capital Gazette. The duo then proceeded to build a snowman in the front yard.
Sophie had been hoping for snow but Maryland has received a minuscule amount so far.

“And then there’s just this random snowman in our yard,” her mother, Nicole, told the Capital Gazette.


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