I let Roche' choose some bling and he decided he loves pink! Good thing living here and all. And just look at his little suitcase! He is loading it up right good. He tends to be an over-packer. He also told me to get him some sunglasses before we cruise. And he is considering a tattoo but I don't want him to get one. He wants a rainbow. I wonder why. He said just a small one on his backside. I think I'll try a temporary tattoo first if he'll let me. At least he doesn't want a skull one.
Next is Marg of Margs Animals who had second choice and opted for a girl rock. She named her baby Gabriella (Gaby for short) and here's a shot of one of her many cats Two Two checking out the new pet rock.
So Hello there, Gaby here. I am a little nervous about being in this house with all these cats but so far they have been nice to me. This really is very exciting to be here after a long trip from California. Those nice people over at Comedy Plus, Sandee and Zane, were nice enough to get me here. I am a little tired but after I rest up, we will see what kind of trouble we can get into. Can't wait to meet the donkeys. At some point, I would really like to visit some of you bloggers and meet all the other kitties or doggies in blogville.
Barb of Blackboard Quotations got the third rock and got the boy rock she wanted. Since she has the gray boys (cats) she named her new addition Graystone. I love it.
Actually, the G's don't know quite what to make of Graystone yet! Grayson was the first one to even get close to Graystone! Gandalf was curious but highly cautious and Miss Gracie let out a bit of a hiss, I'm afraid. I'm pretty sure that they'll all get along fine here at chez Gs... eventually.
Saundra of Lil'Maddies MeeMaw got the last girl rock and has named her Rocksy. I just love that.
My very first blogging buddy and good friend Sandee over at Comedy Plus had a pet rock named Seymour. Well Seymour snuck out and spent too much time with Ms Sandstone ( the seductive rock across the street) and she became pregnant with Seymour's babies. She gave birth to 5 baby rocks. Sandee was kind enough to let me adopt one.
So there you have it folks. All the baby rocks are doing fine. Seymour made it back to Colorado last Wednesday and here's what his dad Das Skunkmeister of Skunkfeathers had to say.
Seymour has arrived, albeit grumpy from a bumpy ride in the UPS truck and the fact I had no pupu platter here awaiting him.
He was glowing in his appreciation for your hosting him and bailing him out of his biologic/geologic scrapes with the Califorlornia Social Services people, whom he described as a bunch of moonbat nuts. He was glad to be in the hands of good people with you and your hubby, and he thoroughly enjoyed boat rides that didn't require him to be ballast.
He also had a message for Julia, but I'm not sure it'd be polite to pass it along.
Think I'll put off the 'lecture' until tomorrow ;-)
Stand by for my baby rock, Seymour II and his escapades. I wonder if he'll be like his dad or if he'll be a good boy. We shall see.
It sure is quiet around here!