Friday, July 13

Everybody loves Raymond

Well, I do anyway. He's such a hero! If you've seen kittypinkstars photos on flickr you'll notice that he made a dramatic rescue of his friend, Kenny, without getting his socks wet! And this picture of him appeals to me on so many levels ......


(at least five)

I tried to recreate it with No. 11 in the gravel on the drive ...... well, sadly we don't have a beach nearby .....


..... but I don't think it has the same effect.


And have you all seen Jess Hutch's Big Toy! ?? Amazing! (And yet slightly worrying). You know what I'm thinking? Big Monkey! *Sigh*. If only I could be bothered.

5 comments:

Lucy Locket said...

I'm speechless. (v unusual) how does one respond to such lunacy? (and I'm not sure whether I'm talking about you and your monkeys here or that big thing you linked us to - scary!)

Michaela said...

I thought that big thing was very scary too! I love the photo of No. 11 in the gravel. He looks so happy just playing around making gravel angels. Have just been to Sainsbury's and bought a Gu cheesecake pudding. Not sure if I ought to eat it or frame it, talk about expensive extravagance! Oh ok then. I'll eat it!

julie said...

I saw Jess Hutch's big toy and found it a wee bit sinister! although he's a pretty impressive bit of handknitting - maybe a supersize monkey is in order - would certainly keep you busy for the summer! Talking of GU, have you tried microwaving their chocolate brownies and then dolloping a generous splodge of vanilla icecream on the top? worth trying next time the brownies are on special offer!

Rubyred said...

I too found the big thing a bit scary,I thought NO.11 looked like he'd fallen from a great height,It's the expression on his face,he looks a little pained to me!Just a thought,Is your madness catching,are you sending me strange vibes over the Internet?Only reading my comment back Im talking about expressions on a KNITTED MONKEYS FACE!!

mrspao said...

A big monkey would be awesome. Just think of what fun you could have...