Sunday, September 13, 2009

Remember John John "Crabby " Crab?

“Humor is the great thing, the saving thing. The minute it crops up, all our irritation and resentments slip away, and a sunny spirit takes their place.” ~ Mark Twain

For those of you who do not remember John John "Crabby" Crab, check out how we came to adopt him.


Well, he has been very lonely lately, looking for a mate. He ran up to Friz when he saw he had a crab in his hand, thinking he had found his dream girl. We had to explain to him that his dream girl was only plastic.

He tried to mate with one of our table mats.

We almost had to pay for a broken window when he saw this crab.

Crabby crashed the Blue Crab Crustacean Station shop. Though they have some wonderful "crabby" items we had to explain to Crabby that he would find no mate there.

Miss Maryland USA Gabrielle Carlson tried to kiss all Crabby's worries away.

She turned him into a prince. Luckily, her spell only lasted for a few hours, and he was his old self again.

As fate would have it, Crabby jumped into my camera bag one day and found himself at a crab fest where he met his dream girl, Sookie.

The two of them went off to be together.

They walked down to Billy's Pizza Shoppe.

They took their time going over the menu.

They ordered a non-seafood item, of course.

Crabby and Sookie hit it off so well he brought her home. Now they are shopping at the Crustacean Station for household items...

Sookie is even eying Paula Dean dishes at the Crustacean Station. I think this may get serious. Stay tuned.

Wishing everyone a sunny spirit!

6 comments:

Lew said...

Cute! I heard crabs loved chicken, especially the necks, so a drive up to Mr. Perdue's place may at least sate his hunger.

pizzapizza said...

great picture Karen and Fletch. I sent them the link

Mark Cowell said...

My heart leaped to see a new installment of John John Crabby Crab! It could be a children's book. But please don't let your editors at the Daily Times see it -- it would be a natural for a weekly around the town feature, a local comic strip with Chamber of Commerce flair. But please don't do that because then you couldn't post him here and I 'd have to buy a subscription to the Chrisfield newspaper.

GingerV said...

yes humor is a great way to start a sunday that seems to stretch ahead of me. good post.

Basir Seerat's Photography. said...

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wonderful photographs and hope you be save.

Jen said...

glad he found happiness! what a cute couple!