I'm looking...I'm looking...CAN'T STOP LOOKING!!!!(And, are those balls in that gorilla's hands? Big, red balls?)
Finally a Zibbs post with balls....This explains the post gap....
Boy! You really know how to bring back the holiday memories.
"Are these things how I got this thing on my arm?"
I have no idea what she's doing with those red balls. hmmmmm.Gana's story is actually very touching. In 2008 her 3 month old baby boy died, and she held him for days after that. Newspapers had a field day circulating her photos, sick. In this photo she is holding her two day old baby girl. It really makes you stop and think about the emotions of animals.
Nice gorilla, Zibbs.
Z,did you have something to do with this?http://www.charter.net/news/read.php?rip_id=%3CD9JE0T3O1%40news.ap.org%3E&ps=1016ya, nice gorilla
Aww I want a baby monkey
Ummmm for some reason I'm a bit creeped out. It should be cute or something though right?
I'm fine with the ball playing, but must the child be present at the same time?
See?I do what I'm told.:-) A.
I don't particularly enjoy monkeys/apes etc. CREEEEPY.
That's it? A picture of a gorilla? That's the sum total of your posts for November? This was once a vibrant, living blog that recounted the zany, madcap adventures and musings of Dr. Zibbs. It was a highpoint in what is otherwise the vast wasteland of bloggerdom and now, sadly, it appears that That Blue Yak has run its course. I look back on those halcyon dates of 2006 when TBY first burst on the scene. There was an electricity, nay an excitement in the air. This larger than life figure known as Dr. Zibbs had come to conquer the world and did so with keen wit and biting sarcasm. Nana Zibbs words now seem so profound. Why the hell am I looking at this . . . there's nothing to see.
Brother Stalker. Haha. I'd be more than happy to have you write a guest post. Or maybe I can interview you about me. And then I'll post it. Now get back to charging people $500 an hour and get off the computer.
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