Tuesday, April 14, 2009

What Would You Do For a Root Beer Float?

 
 
 
 
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17 comments:

  1. I need some helpers like that!

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  2. Mary Beth, Get ur own. These are mine;)

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  3. The garden is looking great Deb. Don't you just love Austin Stone?

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  4. Sister, That is special Austin stone. It is Autin blush. jealous?

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  5. Good Monkeys! Good!!! And I agree, the garden looks great. Love the worm!

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  6. I know you said "get your own" but can I borrow the monkeys for my clean up here ? and we have an A&W close by so root beer floats are on me .. in fact .. I think I need one already ?? LOL
    Love that stone girl !!

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  7. I think this is how they built the pyramids of Egypt.

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  8. Isn't bribery THE BEST. What great monkeys. I think I'd even do that for a root beer float!

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  9. I see you got those monkeys busy! Slave labor. I need some of that!
    Brenda

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  10. Seeing those bare toes near the stone makes me nervous!

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  11. Pretty good deal, I'd say. I need some "monkey labor" around here. I'd gladly throw in some cookies to go with the root beer floats. Unfortunately, we don't have monkeys in my neck of the woods.

    Cindy

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  12. LOL! And to think I would have helped for free! ;-)

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  13. OFB, The Monkeys deserve some praise this time. Don't help me. Seriously.

    Joy, Middle Monkey actually had a problem with the brand of root beer. He wanted A&W.

    Prospero, Might be.

    Cinj, Bribery is often a mom's best friend.

    Brenda, They are mine until I pay for college.

    Kim and Victoria, Yes they are.

    Barbee, No toes were harmed in the making of this post.

    Cindy, They would so take your cookies.

    Lisa, Well if I had known, I wouldn't have ponyed up for soda and ice cream:)

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  14. I would be willing to help haul those landscape bricks for one! ;)

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  15. This is wonderful. Like a Robert McCloskey book.

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