Friday, August 19, 2005

Friday Gator Blogging

In honor of Captainwow's recent announcement...

This gator stands in the courtyard of the local women and children's hospital. Ain't she cute?

I'll have to remember to post her "all grown up" picture next week.

And, BTW, my son's hand is looking much better, and yes,
Regina Clare Jane, you were right in suspecting sloppy reporting on my behalf, he was actually pinched by the claw of the crab and not actually bitten by the crab!

Thanks for all the kind words regarding the process of "letting go" of my son. It's an ongoing process, and never totally, or perfectly done, as I am sure all parents come to realize.


  1. This is great! Can't wait to see all growed up.

    Speaking of that, glad you son is on the mend.

  2. Good God, Annie, if that thing is in your town, you need to move...........I swear........I'm sure Wow get a charge out of seeing that one.......likely have those pregancy nightmares that she's given birth to a baby gator!!

  3. Hey Annie........thought you needed a little eye candy on a friday night!

  4. God has given you eyes to see the absurd and a heart to laugh at it. And a good thing too. Probably saves your sanity, to say nothing of your life. Blessings,

  5. damn good blog, check out mine, comments always welcome!

  6. Hi Annie..
    I thought i'd come back here to contact you since Live Journal is sometimes tricky for outside blogs.
    When you comment, you have to check in the open id section and then they ask you about your email and your non livejournal blog address.
    I know open id is an obscure term to guess that that's where you could id yourself !
    If you use that though, i'll have your email to respond and it will go to my email when you write as well !

    The Anais Nin girl....

  7. dang. I thought I commented. but I did not. OOPS.
    What I thought I said, was AWWWW! What a cute wittwe gator...

    thanks... :o)

  8. Well, thanks for the little mention, Annie! I just wasn't sure how crabs defended themselves but I think either way, it hurts! I am so happy that your son is doing better!


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