Between the massive snowstorms and relentless cold, it's no secret this winter has been beyond brutal.
But, if you can't beat Mother Nature you might as well join her.
A 21-year-old from Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Benoit Sabourin, tapped into his inner Jack Frost spirit and built a gigantic snowman in front of his parent's house.
This thing isn't your ordinary old Frosty the Snowman. Sabourin is actually a huge fan of the movie "Frozen," so he built a colossal replica of Olaf that stands at a towering 20 feet tall!
Armed with only a rickety ladder and his imagination, Sabourin set out last month to construct this awesome Olaf and it took him over 200 hours to complete.
After his snowman gained a lot of attention, he decided to use his cold creation to raise money for Opération Enfant Soleil, which is a nonprofit that works to provide kids with healthcare in Québec.
So far, he has raised over $1,500 and approximately 2,000 visitors have stopped by to see this lovable, smiling snowman.