Saturday, February 16, 2013

Seymour #5

Seymour gave us a huge scare this week. I've waited until now because I was afraid that Seymour's dad may want him back since we let him escape. Not long after that bath a neighbor came over and we were chatting with the door open and next thing we knew Seymour was nowhere to be found. We searched every square inch of the house and then the yard. No rock was left unturned. He was plain missing.

Then we remembered he's always looking out the guest bedroom window at that Julia Sandstone across the street. Over we whet and here's what we found:

They look pretty cozy don't they? Yes, too cozy. He was gone for a very long time and they had plenty time to do a lot of things.

We brought Seymour back home and now we can't wipe the smile off his face. It's pretty apparent that they had plenty of time to get to know each other very intimately. I sure hope he knows about protection or Empress Bee may very well get the pick of the litter.

Any suggestions on how I can keep him from running over to Julia's yard or should I just let nature take it's course?
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  1. Oh, no! I had no idea that Seymour was already thinking about girl rocks and stuff! It's time to sit that rock down and have a heart to rock conversation with him before he starts his own modern stone age family!

    Have fun with that. big hugs from Auntie Barb xoxo

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  2. I'm sure that if you try to keep Seymour away from Julia it will only make he want to see her more. Barb is right, a heart to rock talk is in order before it gets too carried away and you have little pebbles

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  3. Woof! Woof! Golden Funny. Do you plan to decorate Seymour? Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  4. Awwww ... is there little gravelettes in the future?

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  5. oh yay me! can't wait to hear more! i am even starting to think about names!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxo

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  6. Oh my COD, we all need to be committed. But most of all, we want pictures of the sit down talk with Seymour.We get the second pick of the litter. I dare you to go out and find lots of little Seymour kids. Too funny.

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  7. You are really between a rock and a handful of pebbles. You truly need to have "the talk"
    Be firm!

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  8. You just can't fight nature, even if you're a rock! lol

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  9. Passionate Rock-n-roll story!
    Have a great day!

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  10. Ok no! Pebbles & BamBam! Fred Flintstone may be a Grandpa.

    Have a great weekend.

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  11. LOL....I knew it was only a matter of time before he escaped. Now he better start worrying about child support and all those things!

    We can hope he behaved himself. But, he is a male! LOL...very funny!

    Happy day and big big hugs to you! :-)

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  12. Once that horse, um, stone is out the door, that "talk" may be a little too late. Now the talk will have to be about actions and consequences! Good luck with that!!!

    Big hugs, honey...

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  13. Sandee, this is a good post about bad conduct.

    1. I think he doesn't get enough grog to keep him happy. Wean him over to beer so he won't break your budget with champagne, then give him liberal amounts and his pillow.

    2. If there are little Seymores please remember that I AM NOT ON THE WAITING LIST FOR ONE.
    ..

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  14. Seymour can still NOT bring Julia home with him. Pen pals? That's permissible ;-)

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  15. Sorry to say it but I think you have opened up Pandora's box, and there is no turning back.

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  16. LOL! One of these days you will see Seymour in a church getting ready to say "I do!" Enjoy the rest of your Saturday Sandee.

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  17. I've heard of someone getting their rocks off, but I never heard of this happening to a rock.

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  18. Oh no... a family Stone... Bwahahahaahahahahahha

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  19. Oh my, what will you do now?? Do they have a leash for pet rocks? If not, I guess it's going to have to be letting go and letting nature take it's course lol!
    Hope all is well,
    {{Hugs}}
    Janet :)

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  20. A bit of advice invest in some contraception you can get Rockdoms online, voilà! problem solved.

    He should be careful or he will be locally known as Seymour the randy rock.

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  21. Oh No, we could have lots of baby Seymour's rocking around..BOL Have a wonderful Sunday xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  22. Would a little cement be considered cruel?

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  23. Maybe tou'll soon hear the pitter patter of little pebbles

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  24. Seymour had a good time :D and I don't think you can keep him from running again. :)

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