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Saturday, April 08, 2006

Sock Monkey's Paw

Monkey's Paw was drawn on a scrap of multi-purpose copy paper, then colored in Photoshop. I like the way the grass looks.

Today on my way downtown I noticed a sock monkey's paw lying in the street. I giggled to myself thinking about the old story by W.W. Jacobs. Maybe I should grab the monkey's paw and try for three wishes? Of course I know there's no such thing as magic or wish granting sock monkey paws, I laughed at the thought as I continued my journey.

As I ran my errands that day I couldn't stop thinking about that damn sock monkey's paw. I used to believe in magic what happened? What if I really could get three wishes from that stupid thing and what did I have to lose from trying, except maybe a dirty hand. I decided to grab the paw on the way home and see what would happen.

Luckily that evening when I came home the sock monkey's paw was still there. I snatched it up greedily and let out and evil laugh, "Bwhahahahahahahaha... Three wishes all for me. The power is mine. All mine! Bwhahahahaha." Then I ran into the house thinking of all the wonderful things I was going to have.

I closed the door and turned around still clutching the sock monkey's paw. When I looked up Gorky was staring at me. "What is that?" She said with disdain.

"Umm... Well... Umm... It's a sock monkey's paw I found in the street." I replied.

"Well, why did you pick it up?"

"I... Err..."

"Well, it's filthy, throw the thing away."

"But I..."

"Don't argue with me that thing is covered in germs and don't you dare throw it away in the house. Take that thing outside and get rid of it."

"All right." I said and sulked my way outside.

When I got back in the house I looked at my hand and it was covered in slime. "Damn it. I wish I had a wet-wipe." I said.

"Weird." Gorky replied. "I never buy these but today they were on sale so I grabbed some." She said as she handed me a wet-wipe from her bag.

"Oh no!" I screamed. "I wish I hadn't said that."

"Said what?" Gorky asked.

"Ahhhhh! I just wasted two wishes!" I shrieked as I ran from the house to retrieve the sock monkey's paw.

Strangely, the sock monkey's paw was no longer in the trash where I had put it. I have learned my lesson though; never doubt the power of magic.

I think I still have one wish left.

I wish I could get seventy-five different lovers to leave some love on this post. Will you leave some love?

My wish came true on 4/17/06
75 Different Lovers left 108 drops of love.
Proving my theory, that sock monkey paws are magickal.


  • Yes hon! Sure! I'm the first one? OMG!!!!

    By Blogger merlinprincesse, at 15:58  

  • So nervous that I forgot.... LOVE!!

    By Blogger merlinprincesse, at 15:58  

  • Bwhahahahahaha!!!

    Dont you know?
    A dirty paw in the hand is worth two in the trash.
    Good one!

    I got your button on my
    blog so I can cut right to the chase.


    By Blogger scarecrow, at 17:22  

  •'s uncanny--that stuff works!

    By Blogger Tony Sarrecchia, at 20:53  

  • Hmmm? You'll get your wish. I'm sure of that :)

    By Blogger marina, at 02:48  

  • are monkey paws lucky? i missed this place, really. so you don't have to answer that. love

    By Blogger transience, at 03:16  

  • Ohhhhh, some poor little sock monkey is armless! I think I would have washed it, mended it, then made a bunch of "FOUND" posters. Who knows...maybe then I would have gotten the whole monkey. How many wishes would that be?

    See...I say this with ease because I'm the 'big lady' at my house and what I say is what I say:)


    By Blogger Joy Eliz, at 04:24  

  • Heehee, laughing at the super funny story and Joys comment about being the "big lady" at her house....

    You people are hysterical! Here's some love, love. Hope you wish comes true.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 07:23  

  • What a delightful story! However, I don't know about the sock monkey's paw being lucky???? Please inform.
    Love to you on a sunny Sunday morning!

    By Blogger TravelingMermaid, at 08:06  

  • Oh man, I had to keep reading to realize that 'sock monkey's paw' is *not* a really good euphemism for other dirty, cast-off tubular contraptions I've seen lying in the road.


    By Blogger andrea, at 08:11  

  • You have a gift for story telling, you must be great at camp fires! I hope you get all of your wishes.


    By Blogger Princess Pepper Cloud, at 08:18  

  • Very spooky. Hopefully your last wish will come true. As far as magic, POOF! I leave you your 11th comment. See its comming true, just 64 more people needed. Love!

    By Blogger Lou, at 08:18  

  • I'm just a same old lover... never mind... funny story!


    By Blogger Caroline, at 09:21  

  • That sounds like something my husband would do....he always comes in with some disgusting find, and I have to chase him outside. LOVE

    By Blogger Janet, at 10:50  

  • merlinprincesse: It's all in the timing and you didn't forget because you came back. :-)

    scarecrow: Ha! I do now.
    Cool! Thanks!

    tony: Yep. I think people lose wishes all the time.

    marina: I hope! :-)

    transience: Well Hello Love! We missed you here too! :-)
    If you click on the WW jacobs link you can read the original short story that my story parodies.

    joy eliz: That is Fearking hilarious! What a fabulous mind you have. I wish I had thought of that.

    andrea: heh, heh. Thanks. I got the funniest commenters in the whole of bloggy-dome. :-)

    travelingmermaid: Well, see it's a parody of a short story called "The Monkey's Paw". If you click on the WW Jacobs link you can read that story.

    andrea: Ha! You see those things lying in the road?! Where do you live? :-)

    princess pepper cloud: Hey, this might be a good campfire story! Smart thinking.
    Thanks. :-)

    lou: Heh, heh. Thanks.
    Should I have gone for 1000?

    caroline: But we love when you come around. :-)

    janet: One mans trash and all that stuff. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 13:42  

  • well here ya go....great story I would have picked it up too!

    By Blogger Rectite23, at 15:19  

  • To think all this time I've been going about my merry way, oblivious to the many sock monkey paws i see, thanks for your informative story, I wish there were more to read. The grass is quite lovely and you are funny!

    By Blogger HARDWAX, at 15:54  

  • rectite23: Thanks. :-)

    hardwax: Is there a sock monkey serial killer in your neighborhood?
    More to read! Really? I always worry when I post long stories. I call this a long story. I like to leave you time to see all the other wonderful things on the web. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 16:42  

  • I would have kept it hidden in the garage with the socket set and the power tools. I love the tales you tell.


    By Blogger Brian the Mennonite, at 17:30  

  • ciao
    funny story and since i believe in you go...LOVE!!!

    By Blogger m@®©o, at 19:29  

  • it's all you need and I'm leavin' some - great story, I like the grass too, dig

    By Blogger V.K., at 21:37  

  • I laughed so hard that my mate had to read the post too. *grin* What a great tale!

    Much LOVE!

    By Blogger Whimspiration, at 22:11  

  • I love you, unknown.

    I hope you wish for Cheney and Bush to go to jail. But make sure you're very exact. VP Dick Cheney and Pretzeldent GW Bush. You wouldn't want some innocent persons with the same names to take there places!

    oh my god.

    Have I told you lately that I love you?

    By Anonymous catnapping, at 23:48  

  • Here is some love from the sateboarding snail. Actually when he hit the rock, he went flying through the air, right into the beak of a surprised seagull - so he never got the chance to climb back up the hill!!

    your blog is amazing - I have marked it as a favourite!

    Claire, from Scotland.

    By Anonymous Claire, at 00:58  

  • thank you for coming to my blog and wishing me here..;I love your style and humor!! I'll be back again and again...does that count for love?

    By Blogger Tongue in Cheek Antiques, at 02:18  

  • just when i needed a laugh! thanks to you!

    By Blogger isay, at 05:48  

  • Oh honey-bunny! I would have toiled over that sock-paw all day too!
    So glad U picked it up. Such a funny story.. with a great illo, natch!

    BUT, what U do not know is that the sock monkey's paw is not just any magical thing. It is an unique magical sock...once the story is told, as U have, you will have as many wishes as U received LOVE COMMENTS! ; )

    So add my LOVE COMMENT to UR wish jar!
    Always Luv 4 U love, natch. ; )

    Big wish smooch,
    The Tart
    ; )

    By Blogger The Tart, at 10:09  

  • The best is the subconscious wishes you make all the time, that the evil sock-monkey paw is using against you. Through it in the washing machine and destroy its evil powers!

    By Blogger Tony LaRocca, at 13:25  

  • I am having a weird compulsion to start posting comments to your post until there are seventy-five total -- Is that means I am contaminated by your wishes? Much love…

    By Blogger albina, at 13:33  

  • I am having a weird compulsion to start posting comments to your post until there are seventy-five total -- Is that means I am contaminated by your wishes? Much love…

    By Blogger albina, at 13:34  

  • I am having a weird compulsion to start posting comments to your post until there are seventy-five total -- Is that means I am contaminated by your wishes? Much love…

    By Blogger albina, at 13:34  

  • I am contaminated… having problem stopping… Much love…

    By Blogger albina, at 13:35  

  • I am contaminated… having problem stopping… compulsion to start posting comments to your post until there are seventy-five total… Much love…

    By Blogger albina, at 13:36  

  • Feel free to trash extraneous love offerings… Much love…

    By Blogger albina, at 13:37  

  • Oh c'mon I can't believe you wasted a wish like that!! I mean, you know you're going to get at least seventy-five comments, you popular yet greedy guy! You should have saved that wish for something big. Loved the picture and the story though. Totally a believer in wish fufillment. Maybe this particular sock monkey's paw let you have four wishes? Won't hurt to try.

    By Anonymous Kaya, at 14:37  

  • Or woouullldd it? on second thought, better not trifle with matters of fate.

    By Anonymous Kaya, at 14:38  

  • What's happening? I can't seem to stop writing comments... it's out of control! Look out for the sock monkey paw, people! Look out!

    By Anonymous Kaya, at 14:39  

  • brian the mennonite: Bah! I didn't think of that.

    marco: Thanks. Keep believing!

    aimhleas: Thanks. :-)

    whimspiration: Heh, heh. Thanks.

    catnapping: See I knew I wasted my wishes. :-) Thanks love.

    claire: Ha! What a sad ending for the snail and a happy ending for the seagull.
    Wow! Thanks.

    tongue in cheek antiques: Oh. (blush) You're welcome and thanks. :-)

    isay: Thanks! That makes my day. :-)

    jocelyn: OH! So many wishes! :-)

    tony larocca: I am afraid, through my own neglect, the evil power of the sock monkey paw is still out there. (sigh)

    albina: Heh, heh. Thanks for the effort. After all that work how could I trash your love offerings and they are never extraneous.
    However, My wish was for 75 different Lovers commenting, not just 75 comments.

    kaya: I waste wishes all the time. Just this morning I was walking around on the cold floor and I said, "I wish I knew where my slipper were." No sooner had I finished my sentence when my eyes fell upon them under the kitchen table. (sigh) Again, I should have asked for something better.
    Eek! It's catching!

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 15:38  

  • Hi Loves!

    27 different Lovers have commented.
    48 to go.

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 15:40  

  • This reminds me of when Donna Reed asks all of the town (why does its name escape me right now?... we watch the flick every year) to help James Stewart, 'cause she knows he's in some sort of trouble... and everyone comes through and sings 'Auld Lang Syne' after they heap bunches of love (oh, yeah, and money) on him. So here's a little love thrown your way, as we all clear our throats for a rousing chorus.

    Oh yeah, great speedy food post below... and, now I remember... BEDFORD FALLS!

    Peace and love.

    By Blogger Twisselman, at 18:36  

  • woah! this is crazy! heeee! weee...

    ^_^ huggss

    By Anonymous irvine, at 20:19  

  • The sock monkey wished someone would write a story about him.... suddenly a coyote grabbed his wishing paw and tore away with it. Monkey wished someone would find his paw(using his other paw to make the wish). Monkey got tired of waiting for monkey tale and wished he had his paw back..........
    Loved the monkey tale,

    By Blogger LDahl, at 21:41  

  • I will leave you some love but remember there's always a catch with the monkeys paw...a pay off or a cruel twist of careful what you wish for lol

    By Blogger Jan, at 01:13  

  • It did'nt take kindly to the bin I suppose. Check out "Ripping Yarns" with Michael Palin and Terry Jones tv series, if you see it somewhere, has episode of a cursed hand.

    By Blogger modroom, at 11:37  

  • love the illustration-it's so Curious George, but macabre...

    I agree with Jan, tho-watchout for those monkey's paw wishes!

    By Anonymous Zan, at 12:57  

  • oh man that is hilarious. I read that story many years ago and it still gives me the shivers when I think of the mangled mutilated son scratching at the door. (I hope I'm thinking of the right story)

    By Blogger Jaimie, at 15:14  

  • just because you asked. that drawing screams 'unhappy childhood' to me. love.

    By Blogger kat@ohmtastic, at 17:43  

  • Love!

    There. Which number am I? :D

    By Blogger ratlion, at 19:12  

  • EL-to the-OH-to the-VEE-to the-EEE

    By Blogger cornpone, at 19:58  

  • ugh...i sound like such a harpie. i swear i never nag. love always.

    By Blogger gorky love, at 00:27  

  • twisselman: You mean Clarence is making my wishes come true? :-)

    irvine: :-) Heh, heh.

    ldahl: Ha! I Love the tale of how I got the sock monkey paw! I bet that's how it all went dow. :-)

    jan: I know. I should have know better but I figured fate has been kicking my ass anyway, why not push my luck just a little more. (Just like a man.) :-)

    modroom: Heh, heh.
    Damn those Python boys! Always stealing my ideas from the future.

    zan: HP Lovecraft meets Curious George.
    I will keep one ear to the ground.

    jaimie: You are thinking of the correct story. I read it as a kid too and it's always stuck with me.
    I reread it recently and it's still creepy. The story has held up well.

    kat@ohmtastic: Really? In what way?

    ratlion: You are #36. Put that in your numerology and smoke it!
    I'm not sure what that last sentence is supposed to mean. :-P

    cornpone: Thanks Homey!

    gorky love: OOPS!
    Hi sweety... Umm... I didn't know you actually read my blog.
    Heh, heh. Umm... Am I sleeping on the couch tonight? :-P

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 00:59  

  • Hi-
    We are over half way there!
    37 new commenters to go.

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 01:00  

  • Were you one of those kids that would pick everything up off the ground and give their mother a heart attack? I'm curious to see how many posts you get on Thursday. How many are checking back to see if they can be #75? Funny story. love

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 06:33  

  • Hi!!!! I know Ive been away a lot...sniff* but i dont have a pc at home anymore!!!!!! and work is a bitch right now...:(...but its ok... anyway... Coolest story ever!i wish i had a monkey's paw...I'd wish for an i could read your stories every day... :)


    By Blogger (¯'·._.·[ (DÅNÏˣϯ|¯Ä) ]·._.·´¯), at 07:05  

  • Don't forget the Simpsons episode with the monkey paw. It was a hallow'een one I believe.

    By Anonymous kaya, at 10:58  

  • What? Am I back here again? How did that happen?

    By Anonymous Kaya, at 10:59  

  • Poor sad little paw. I must send you and paw much love for the wish jar. Nice illo luv. How did Percy feel abou this drama? =^..^=

    By Blogger kan, at 14:22  

  • Does it count if I comment twice? How about as a flog/plug: visit my new blog!


    I think I have something going here... glug ... that was me drowing in my own wit.


    By Blogger andrea, at 15:10  

  • You need some more love...c'mon everyone lets get that target luuuuurve jan

    By Blogger Jan, at 02:17  

  • Great story, cool sock monkey paw (you could'a washed it!). love

    By Blogger the heartful blogger, at 02:56  

  • Such a funny illustation and story!!

    By Blogger AscenderRisesAbove, at 16:21  

  • Break a leg as they say in the trade....or should this comment be suited for the anxious entry?


    By Anonymous Detlef, at 19:14  

  • cocos: Well, most everything. :-P
    I think it may take a while for my last wish to come true. :-(

    daniel: We all wondered where you were.:-)
    Ack! No pc at home is worse than just having my stone age piece of garbage.
    OH! (blush) You're too nice. :-)

    kaya: I remember that, it was damn funny. :-)

    kaya: You are a sucker for punishment or you are cursed. :-)

    joli noir perle: Heh, heh. I believe Percy slept through the whole affair.

    andrea: Sadly it does not.
    I like your new blog. If I had money I would buy something.

    jan: Aww... Thanks. Getting close.

    tammy hanna: Thanks and thanks.
    But Gorky wouldn't let me keep it! :-)

    ascenderrisesabove: :-) Thanks.

    detlef: Heh, heh. It kind of fits the severed monkey's paw. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 00:42  

  • Sniff-snork! Of course I will leave some love. Sorry for the delay! Cheers! Love-Love-Love!

    By Blogger Holly, at 12:31  

  • holly: "Sniff-snork"? Is that the sound of liquid coming out your nose? :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 12:48  

  • Well, if this is what you really want from your wishes.

    By Blogger Jonpaul, at 12:52  

  • This is a great story.

    Love for you x

    By Blogger zinkibaru, at 12:54  

  • I once found the bottom half of a leg (from the knee down) with an army boot or wrestling boot attached on my way to work. I felt it was the universe talking to me, so I picked it up and carried it to work.

    It sits on my desk. Everyone comments on it and I just shrug my shoulders. But really I believe it's a literal, "Boot to the @ss!" to live my life the way I dream.

    I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one to see hidden messages in broken down toys.

    By Blogger Lady K, at 13:00  

  • jonpaul: It's about time. Where the Hell you been?

    zinkibaru: :-) Thanks.

    lady k: Ha! That's cool.
    I used to wear a leather jacket with a bloody Barbi arm on a chain hanging from the shoulder. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 13:06  

  • I think that would make me number 70.. Love!

    By Anonymous Ayelet, at 13:45  

  • i love this post dear unknown and I will help bring you one step closer to your wish... I am glad that you remembered about believing because that is all we really have! Love

    By Blogger ValGalArt, at 14:02  

  • I know, your saying, sure, this dingbat already left a comment. I KNOW! I KNOW! Let's see 72, just trying to help, besides I can't say enough about Sock Monkeys Pawwwwwwww!

    By Blogger HARDWAX, at 14:29  

  • I love sock monkeys!

    By Blogger Andrea, at 14:56  

  • It's pawsible.

    By Blogger Large Art, at 15:01  

  • Am I number 75?? What do I win? :-)

    Nice story by the way.

    By Blogger Rrramone, at 15:09  

  • That's right - never under estimate the power of magic ... love love!

    By Blogger Leezy, at 15:37  

  • maybe the real magic, is just believing.

    like when we were kids. we believed all that our imagination allowed us to.

    long live the sock monkey!

    By Blogger angela, at 16:06  

  • Great story. . .leaving love for you. .

    By Blogger tiffinix, at 20:08  

  • Hah! I knew it!

    By Anonymous Kaya, at 20:47  

  • ayelet: Actually that makes you #49. I wished for 75 unique commenters, not just 75 comments.
    Nobody seems to be listening to me when I say that though. :-)

    valgalart: Thanks Love and how. :-)

    hardwax: Thank you, thank you, thank you, but I wished for 75 Different commenters. I do apperciate the effort and the love though. :-)

    big a: Yeah!

    large art: Ha! You always find just the right thing to say.

    rrramone: Well, sort of, but I want 75 Unique Commenters. (sigh) I don't think anyone is listening to me.
    Thanks you though! :-)

    leezy: Oh, I won't I learned my lesson. :-)

    angela: I bet you are right. Thanks. :-)

    tiffinix: :-)

    kaya: I love your enthusiasim, but I wished for 75 uniquie commenters.

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 23:28  

  • All right Loves that is 56 different commenters. That means 19 to go.

    I keep saying this and no one seems to be getting it. I wished for, say it with me now, 75 different commenters or 75 unique Lovers leaving a comment. I don't know how to make that any clearer. (sigh) I still love you all though and the effert you all have given me is amazing! :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 23:34  

  • "effert"? Umm... effort, I mean. (blush)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 23:35  

  • #57
    hey, if i turn that around its what you wished!


    By Blogger cristosova, at 00:18  

  • So it's YOU! YOU had my paw and then you threeeew it awwwwaaaayyyyy? I won't give you love till you give me back my PAAAAWWWWWWW.

    By Anonymous sock monkey, at 02:48  

  • You're nuts! love.

    By Blogger Verity, at 02:50  

  • need more love? plenty to spare lots of lurrve

    By Blogger Jan, at 08:23  

  • add one more to the list.


    (your stories are too good to be true. love it!!!)

    By Blogger kg, at 08:53  

  • cristosova: A backward wish from the sock monkey's paw makes a lot of sense. :-)

    sock monkey: Oh you foolish little sock monkey. How did you lose your arm in the first place? It seems to me you lost your arm in a drunken stupor and now can't get it back. Don't blame me.
    Sad, sad little sock monkey. :-)

    verity: Maybe. :-P

    jan: Yes! Keep spreading the love. :-)

    kg: Hooray! Thanks Love. You're #60 :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 12:37  

  • The girls told us to put a comment!
    eeeee...mmmm.... Love....

    By Blogger BRET AND BRAD CONROY, at 13:04  

  • bret and brad conroy: I don't know who the girls are, but give them a big kiss for me. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 13:59  

  • Love Ya Love Ya Love Ya a thousand times over.

    By Blogger Kat, at 16:41  

  • Of all my love, I'll leave you just an arms worth... Sounds fair.

    By Blogger Jamie, at 16:56  

  • You don't know nothing about sock monkey! It was torn off by a funny looking dog. I gave up the sauce years ago man, give a one-armed monkey some credit.

    By Anonymous sock monkey, at 04:40  

  • It looks like you don't need my love anymore:-) cuz you've got enough of it, but I'd love to leave you a message of love anyway:-).

    You know, it's just like superstitions. It doesn't hurt to believe in them right:-)? Maybe good things will happen along the way!

    By Blogger miragee, at 04:59  

  • Loverly story... but how did you know it was only 3 wishes? Maybe sock monkey paws are in a different wish granting union... you never know :)


    By Anonymous Shea, at 05:40  

  • Hey man- sorry tell you-- but stuff like this only happens in the movies--- and there ain't no such thing as the Easter Bunny. Santa Claus exists though.
    Merry Christmas!

    By Blogger AndyDoodler, at 07:29  

  • Haven't red all the story yet...

    No time... have to go....

    I'll come back....

    Happy Easter.....

    My sis told me about you wanted to have ??? differents comments....

    Just want to participate....


    btw, the "girls" of Brad and Bret Conroy, it is US...


    By Blogger Clo, at 10:37  

  • Aw, how can I resist?

    Sharin' the loooooove, in honor of The Sock Monkeys of My Past.

    By Blogger Lori Witzel, at 19:33  

  • i guess u got more than u wished for.. heh. (:

    <3 love. (;

    By Anonymous kyLL, at 01:10  

  • I like monkey. Don't know what is sock though...

    By Blogger pablo, at 03:12  

  • what's so special about 75 love? seems like you got LOTS of love already. some of us have none.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 05:56  

  • I wish I had spotted this earlier! Oh well, better late than never when it comes to love...

    Love to you and all the world!

    By Anonymous Scrub's biggest fan, at 08:33  

  • kat: :-)

    jamie: Sounds more than fair. I'm willing to bet your arm is much longer than the average sock monkeys. :-)

    sock monkey: Oh! You wicked, wicked monkey! :-p

    miragee: Ah, but I do need you love to prove magic is real. You are unique comment #64. :-)
    It never hurts to believe a little. :-)

    shea: I have not consulted the wish granting union but, I did talk to a leprechaun and he said three is pretty standard unless you fill out a 23W40x form and get it notarized by the Fairy God Mother who is head of the union.

    andydoodler: AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!! I'M NOT LISTENING. LA LA LA LA.

    clo: You seem to be panting? You must be in a big hurry. :-)

    lori witzel: Thanks and here's to the sock monkeys of your future. :-)

    kyll: Well, not yet. You are #69. I still need a few more. :-)

    pablo: It's better you don't know what the sock is. I hate em.

    anonymous that is not the "anonymous" as far as I know: 75 is just the number that popped into my head when I made this post.
    Hmm... maybe if you let us know who you are we could all go leave some love for you.

    scrub's biggest fan: Ahh! You are unique commenter #72! You are just in time. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 16:31  

  • thanks for leaving love on my blog too - love right back atcha. i love those sock monkeys.

    By Blogger Mrs. McDonell, at 20:47  

  • mrs. mcdonell: You're welcome and thanks and the Evil Sock Monkey thanks you I'm sure. :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 23:20  

  • loooovvveeeee llleeeftttttt ... love.

    By Blogger Anonymous, at 16:48  

  • anonymous: Excellent! If I count myself, and I think I will, that makes you unique commenter #75! Perfect! :-p

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 21:17  

  • This of course proves my theory that sock monkey paws are magickal.


    By Blogger The Unknown, at 21:18  

  • By Anonymous Cookie, at 23:10  

  • cookie: OH MY! I can't wait until I have some time to check this out! :-)

    By Blogger The Unknown, at 14:55  

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