Monday, December 22, 2008

We're all lit up for Christmas!

Julius the Monkey snow globe is happy to make his first seasonal debut.

The fireplace and mantle are aglow with Mark's LED expertise proudly on display. The monkey stockings have also been hung with care in hopes that Santa Monk will fill them with goodies!

Those are some bright LED's. Freckles and sleigh friends are enjoying their time in the spotlight.

The four glowing Christmas trees are Mark's creations. They actually change color every few seconds. Very nice!

4 comments:

SoCk mONkEy QuEeN said...

wow, we are waiting over here also. Now S'morey has a friend, my mommy got me a puppy for Christmas.;)

big monkey said...

SoCk mONkEy QuEeN,

Make sure you train your puppy from the start that sock monkey equals friend, not chew toy. From what I've seen in the pet superstores, monkeys are very popular dog toys. In fact, two of my sock monkeys (the Monkey Brothers) were rescued from Pet Supermarket. They were being sold as squeeky dog toys. The story of the Monkey Brothers will be featured in an upcoming blog post when time permits.

SoCk mONkEy QuEeN said...

Yes, I am going to train her. Her name is Riley, and I myself have rescued a sock frog from the pet store. I f only you knew how cute she is, I soon will post an article about her and the sock monkeys. Thanks for the advice.

big monkey said...

SoCk mONkEy QuEeN,

I think I saw your sock frog in the family photo by the Christmas tree. I look forward to reading about her in your upcoming article. If you look back into my Blog Archives, I have a post from September 2, 2008 regarding cat and sock monkey conflicts in the early days. Some damage was inflicted by sharp cat claws upon one of my family members. Once the feline was trained, the sock monkeys were safe from attack.