Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Holey Stones! WOYWW 118

The Boys like to have their morning coffee out in the garden by the pond weather permitting.
This morning Monkey spotted something he has been looking for for ages.


A Holey Stone.!! Ever since Mrs A. adopted Norm and he arrived to live with us Monkey has wanted a holey stone just like the one that Monkey, Darrell and Nigel gave to Norm as a safe journey gift. The boys have searched the local beaches and lakes and rivers to no avail but today Monkey found this one right in their own garden under their very noses.


Hmmm. I think this one is a tad too large Monkey!!



Can't guarantee that there will be other monkeys blogging but why not pop on over to Julia's blog you just never know. What there will be though is lots of desks to rummage around on.

P.S. Monkey has just gone to bed early complaining of a stiff neck!!!.

20 comments:

  1. What a lovely story...too bad that beautiful stone is too large for Monkey!
    xxx Margreet

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  2. Lol Too!! i just love them and they do look content!!.......:) Sandra H

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  3. Just brilliant. Mitzy sends her love to the boys :-)
    A x

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  4. Are we sure that's not someones old hip replacement?

    liz x

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  5. Holey stones are especially lucky - Monkey's in for some good time!!

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  6. Those Monkey's need to be doing some jobs and not sitting about doing all that coffee drinking, just look at them chillin like that.... There must be a holey stone small enough somewhere. Good story Mrs A. Dx

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  7. Looks like they are having a fabulous time - I have one of those fold away steps too arent they fab - much better than the unfoldable ones!

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  8. Glad monkey found his stone. We have monkeys in our house - I know where you're coming from!

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  9. Hi there, bit of flying visit from me today but just wanted to pop in and say Hi. Thanks for sharing your little corner of the world with us this week. Hope your creative journey this week is a good one! Tell monkey not to try to stick his head into the hole ok, it won't fit!

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  10. If monkey decides to go for a swim in one of our ponds with his new holey stone on I dodn't think we will see him again !

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  11. Oh poor Monkey, I know how he feels! Aching bits of body aren't good! Glad to see they're having fun in the garden. Dayfydd and Delilah are going on the PC and I keep finding ebay open so heaven knows what's going to arrive here...! LOL!!!

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  12. Oh dear -sooo funny! That is some holey stone for sure - poor Monkey :( Di xx

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  13. yes Monkey. that hole is a little too big...I would look for a small hole, one thats attached to a smaller stone!
    (Lyn)

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  14. Hello Anne, the camera i use is Travelier DC B500 5x opical zoom not an expensive one but i just manage to capture good shots infact it belongs to my hubby as mine takes ages for it to load on the computer, and the glitter is normal glitter which i sprinkle over white glue hope this is of any interest to you:) Sandra H

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  15. ah Monkey has my commiserations aching neck not fun but do love his stone too maybe he can find another use for it.. Happy WOYWW Shaz in oz.x

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  16. Well our monkey went flying a kite yesterday. Unfortunately, the gales took both him and his kite away and he has not been seen since!!!!!!
    (I must be barmy)
    Hugs Joanne xx

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  17. I shall ask my lickle Monkey to look for a holey stone in Cornwall for your Monkey - howzat!
    My lickle Monkey is still very shy and asked me to apologise for not coming out on Wednesday from his hidey hole. I suggested he joined my blog on a different night to see how he likes it. I will give you a nod when he does!
    BTW - Is that a naked Monkey in one of your earlier postings? Is that allowed? Sunbathing in the nuddy!! I ask you!

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  18. Sometimes you just can't see the bush for the trees... xxx

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