“Frosty the Snowman” is a popular Christmas song written by Walter E. “Jack” Rollins and Steve Edward Nelson. It was first recorded by the singing cowboy Gene Autry (Orvon Grover “Gene” Autry, 1907-1998) and the Cass County Boys in 1950
Whilst the song doesn't refer to Christmas it has been adopted as a Christmas classic due to its wintery theme. It is fun for someone from the southern hemisphere to sing about winter when Christmas falls in the summer season there. So for starters, Santa has to change into his summer kit when he goes south for his deliveries (see below).
This reminds me that Christmas is celebrated all over the globe and why wouldn't it be! God's Son came, not just for one nation, rather he came for every nation, for every person and that is something well worth celebrating.
Gemma Carter -
‘ it was the children’s first and immediate choice!’