Friday, February 1, 2008

Sea Monkeys Update

I realized that it had been sometime since my last update on my Amazing Sea Monkeys. Regular readers may recall my first Sea Monkeys post back in September when I first started raising the little critters at work. It's been over four months and my Sea Monkeys are still alive and well, thriving in fact. They have grown to a decent size, but my camera just doesn't good pictures, so my apologies for the poor photo quality.

Oh btw- tonight I go see Stevie Nicks in concert...can hardly wait!

15 comments:

Desert Songbird said...

I was wondering about your sea monkeys (I guess I don't have anything better to think about...). Thanks for the update.

Have fun at Stevie Nicks tonight! Can't wait to hear about that.

lime said...

holy cow, is that orange floaty thing a seamonkey? i never knew they could get so big! i'm impressed.

karma lennon said...

Sea Monkeys AND Stevie Nicks all in the same post??? Too much, I say, too much! Have fun!

C said...

WOW! You are the first person I know who has had success with growing Sea Monkeys! I've tried several times to raise Sea Monkeys, but they either never even "come alive" or they die after a few weeks (okay, days)!

Four months...I wonder if that's a record??? I can see it now...Palm Springs Savant, Rick Rockhill entered in the Guinness World Book of Records for keeping Sea Monkeys alive the longest"!

Have fun at the Stevie Nicks concert! Soooooooooo jealous!!

WAT said...

You got talent for taking care of animals man.

Stevie Nicks! How cool. I can almost see the pictures coming of you standing next to her too!

Lois Grebowski said...

I've always wanted to have sea monkeys. Wow! You're a good monkey keeper to have them so long.

Lois Grebowski said...

I've always wanted to have sea monkeys. Wow! You're a good monkey keeper to have them so long.

Diane J Standiford said...

SeaMonkeys, what fond memories, I wanted a puppy, but mom gave me sea monkeys instead.

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

cool about the sea monkeys! did you name them? can they do any magic tricks? ha ha ha

smiles, bee

Cheryl said...

That sea-monkey looks huge compared to how they started. Can't wait to hear about the concert. Enjoy!

whimsicalnbrainpan said...

Looking good (if a little blurry)!

Have a blast!

jackie said...

Oh those damn Sea Monkeys. I tried to do them with my kids and they all died on me.

Olivia said...

I first had Sea Monkeys when I was 12, in Dallas, then a couple of years ago I went to Hamleys down Regent Street, and had to get them again! They thrived pretty well, but the lamp fell and knocked them off the table one day when I was out.

There is also a sort of trilobite set that I might try next. Bigger than sea monkeys.

P.L. Frederick said...

Yay Sea-Monkeys! They're real cute while small. A co-worker once raised them in the office for months. Eventually only one critter was left, the others having disappeared, one by one, over successive nights. The little guy looked pretty full. Now you see monkeys, now you don't. Hee hee!

P.L. Frederick (SMALL & big)

Canadian flake said...

hmmmmmmm am I dumb if I say I can't see them?? LO

Disclaimers...

This blog is about life experiences & observations and stuff I am interested in. It is simply a side hobby and creative outlet; generally, with a tongue-in-cheek tone. I don't take it too seriously, nor should you. I do not profess to represent every point of view. Nothing on this site is a paid post.

It is for entertainment purposes only it, so just lighten up and just enjoy it. Life is short, live in the moment.

As the author, thoughts/views have no affiliation to my clients, business colleagues or my company.

This blog is independent and free of any type of financial affiliations. Some images used are from the internet and sometimes hard to credit them, so if you own any and want them removed just send me a message.

No copyright infringement intended. I am not responsible for defamatory statements bound to government, religious, or other laws from the reader’s country of origin or residence. The intention of this blog is to do no harm, defame, libel or offend anyone.