According to Das Skunkmeister Seymour is not a typical pet rock. Here's what he had to say:
Seymour's pretty easy-going, long as you don't leave him in an "ignitable kitchen" environment, like here. And no, to your readers who wonder, Seymour is not one of those 'pet rocks' from the 1970s; Seymour is a one of a kind pet rock who long predates any fad pet rocks. And it took me a tad to get a response on this; been down with the flu all week :-( That will make Seymour happy he's there, and NOT here. He knows how whiny I am when I'm sick ;-)
I shared the above information with Seymour and it made him smile. He's ever so glad he's here where everyone is healthy and not home to catch the flu like you did. And Seymour said whiny isn't even close. Bwahahahahahaha.
Hubby promises to get some shots of Seymour in the very near future. I'm not sure what all of you are expecting though. He's a rock for Gods sake, but he can be mighty snarky at times. I like a little spunk in a pet rock.
We hauled up a ton of supplies and cooking utensils to the boat this past weekend as next weekend is our annual chowder feed. It's the seafood chowder that I posted about several weeks ago. Here's the Seafood Chowder recipe. It will tons of fun as there will be 33 of us in attendance. Come on over if you like Seafood Chowder.
Several of my blogging buddies (Empress Bee and Dick and Sandy) are on a Caribbean cruise right now. It's the Blogger Cruise #6 or BC6. Hubby and I went on the BC4 cruise. It was awesome. I'm hoping they'll all have a fabulous time and no one gets sick. Barb of The Daily Gs and I would love to be on that cruise. Bugger.
Have a terrific day.