LOL! You're so welcome, Cheryl. I started with the top post. And when I scrolled down and saw this I said "Oh my God!" *in a high pitched, happy, sqealing voice*. I called my honey in the room and he said "AWWWWW!" You're too sweet to post this. HUGE HUGS! Btw, there was a horny alligator in the retention pond in my Mom's back yard. It's mating season! :-)
LOL, Mel, about the alligator!I have a postcard from Florida, too, from Mel! It's taped on my computer desk where I can look at it everyday!
LOL! I've heard of horny toads, but never horny alligators!
LOL! It's true, ya'll. I lived in my parent's house off and on from '85 to '98. There's a lake close to my Mom's subdivision and the gators come into the retention pond every spring. Once I saw a bunch of babies. My Mom called the gator wranglers and they came out to get them. Nobody was home but me when they arrived and I got to hold one. It was about 4 feet long and it was awesome! I know lots about gators. Living in FL you learn a few things. When I went in May there had been three deaths in two weeks. Highly unusual. Did ya'll hear about them? Tourists don't understand that it's mating season and the gators are on the prowl.That's very sweet, Carol! I'm glad you liked the postcard. :-)Btw, I do an excellent imitation of the gator mating call. lol!
Deaths, as in CHOMPED by an ALLIGATOR?? Argh!
I heard about the deaths on the news. It's scary! I can't believe you really held one, Mel!ROFLMAO! I have no idea what the mating call sounds like! I didn't even know they had one! Lot I know about alligators!
I wish I could do the mating call for ya'll. Conference call!?Yes, Cheryl. Like dismembered and stuff. In one instance they found a woman's leg in the gator's belly. Like I said, this is extremely unusual. Spring, no rain with low water levels in lakes and ponds. The gators are on the move. OH, and they're building everywhere and chasing the wildlife off. Makes me sick.