Wednesday, April 18, 2018

It's Wednesday

You know.. 


On reflection, biting the momma
 is maybe not the BEST idea. 

Yeah.



Gator Update:
Unfortunately, he turned out 
to be 5 ft, 7 inches long. He sure didn't
look that big at a distance. 

So no more gator. 

17 comments:

  1. Oh noes...truly. I hate that he was destroyed.

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    1. Me too. But I also found out families are in the habit of going down to the pond with their kids. We really didn't need him coming out of the water for a meet and greet with a 4 year old.

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    2. True. Just wish he had been relocated. But I understand.

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  2. Toby....you bite the hand that feeds you? YIKES you are living dangerously, walking on thin ice and cruisin' for a bruisin'
    just sayin'
    Hugs madi your bfff
    PS did the gator get relocated?

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    1. It was more like the foot walking by... No, the gator was legally classified by the state as a nuisance animal due to his size. The trapper harvested him. Didn't have a choice at that point.

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  3. I'm guessing that he was relocated maybe not....

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  4. dood....whoa......frum HEER....him looked ta bee like 11 feetz and 28 inchez long....noe joke !!!!! wavez ta leia ~~~~~~~ ☺☺♥♥

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  5. Oh. Yeah, biting the mama is a big NO. I'm sure you didn't mean anything bad.
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  6. You look so innocent, you would not bite your mom.

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  7. LOL it was accident, right? :-)

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  8. Toby, we agree ... don't be biting your Mom, okay?

    That's very sad about the gator. :(

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  9. Hey, better you biting than that gator!

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  10. Why did you bite the momma? We do that sometimes, and that's what she always asks us. We thought you might have the answer.

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  11. Hey, dad's about 5' 7" too!

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