Hope it isn't as cold there as it is here or that gator might be a little chilly:)Woos - Lightning and Misty
Guess you'll see da crock-o-dial in a while.
Hari OMThat's a fresh looking croc you got now Abby! ... and enough sunshine for it to dry off? That makes me green with jelly!!! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Oh man ~ WHY OH WHY do the peeps thinks OUR stuffies need BATHS???!!!! Just when we gets them smellin' JUST RIGHT, THEY come along and ruin it! sigh. Sorry gurl. Wells, nows you have to work extra hard at getting that 'essence of slobber' back...and a good crunch! BOLKisses,Ruby ♥
I hear gators do that. Don't look so worried, Abby!
Ah! Catching some sun out on the porch! That makes sense!Cammie!
We've never seen s scruffy 'gator before.....bwahaahaa! He definitely needs the sun.
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You will continue to be in our thoughts. Thanks for taking the time to visit.
We hope he is done sunning himself soon!
HesdedJim (private comment): Drop me your email at cliodna58 at gmail dot com and I'll get you up to date - great to hear from you!
aaah therefore they say see ya later aligator... it needs a while to get a dry crocodile, right?
That's how most of my squeaky toys look … minus the stuffing and squeaker, that is.
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