Manic Mom's Mental Myriads

Stop by and have a laugh from Manic Mom's Mental Myriads on Motherhood, and some other stuff too, but mostly motherhood, wifehood, thoughts on writing, etc. No politics will be discussed here or geography, and I will not be solving any mathematical equations. Just some BS on whatever I feel like blogging on...

Saturday, September 03, 2005

Forgot The Zoo

My Pal DD recently posted some beautiful pictures from his visit to the lovely San Diego Zoo, I think it was.

When he read that I too, had been to a zoo, he asked if I might share some of my photographic finds from my trip.

So, without further adieu, here is the one picture I feel most compelled to share:

"Is That All Ya Got There Big Guy?"


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At 6:35 PM, Blogger Gloss This said...

LOL You're a total riot with the captioning of that photo.

At 11:14 AM, Blogger eatmisery said...

Great picture!

At 8:29 PM, Blogger The Dummy said...

You sayin' it's all about the size of the wave instead of the motion of the ocean? ;)

At 10:03 PM, Blogger Manic Mom said...

DD--I ain't having no monkey sex.

At 12:37 AM, Blogger Erin said...

I have a picture from a recent trip to the zoo of a male monkey walking away from me ... OH. MY. GOD. If human male testicles were that big the race would soon be extinct!!

By the way, are you the same Stephanie Elliot who has a quote in the most recent Parent's Mag. regarding anti-depressants?

If so, way to go!!!!!

As a mother with sever major depression, I get a lot of flak from people for taking my two medications to make life worth living. (Although, I have suffered from depression for as long as I can remember, most people assume PPD when they hear about mother's taking any kind of anti-depressant. Just because you have had a baby does not mean that you are suddenly depressed, although PPD is very real and very serious!)

I couldn't live without my medication. And I am glad a major mag. has brought the issue into the mainstream.

Sorry for the novel comment, but I was so excited to see your name, I had to boot up the ol' laptop and leave you a comment ASAP! :)

Score one for the nut cases! LOL!

At 1:28 PM, Blogger Manic Mom said...

Erin--that's me. I posted about it. so thanks for telling me it was published. I remembered it was coming out, just wasn't sure when!

I hate to say it, but sometimes I can see how scrambled up our minds can get and while I think Andrea Yates committed a horrible crime, I do see how it can happen to some women. If the medication can keep us stable, and HAPPY, then it's a great thing! Thanks for telling me about your story. Also, hope you don't mind I linked to Empty Cerebrations... If you do, let me know and I'll remove it. S


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