Friday, August 9, 2013


Lately my mom has been getting emails from people who want to give her money.   Lots of money. They always start the email out by calling her by her real name Debra so since they know that information we must assume they also have real money to give us.

We are not really sure why they want to give us their real money or what we have to do to get their real money.  Maybe they like pugs so much, they think our mom deserves all the real money they want to give her; or maybe they like my Mom, or that we live in Iowa, or the fact she can grow tall butterfly bushes and/or have eight grandmonsters that come to our home a lot.  We have been pondering this for a whole week and still haven’t come up with an answer.

 We also wondered just HOW much real money they were gonna send to us as soon as we pushed this button at the bottom of the email and if it would pay for this weeks groceries or  a trip to Disneyland.  Also, Mom loves this house out in the country and she really would like to live there so maybe its enough real money to buy it. 

We wish they would be more open about their real money and why they want to give it to us and just answer all those questions burning in our brains but until they do we are just gonna have to live on the real money Mom earns by going to her real job every week, while we wait a really really  long time for her to get home.
Stella Rose


  1. Never push the button at the bottom. They will take your REAL money. But I know you know that.

  2. You know, we have our own Ao4 mail account and we seem to have won the British Lottery! And we didn't even know we'd entered! Isn't that cool!??!

  3. Oooh, are they people from Nigeria?? They want to give us LOTS of money, but Momma never takes them up on it. Hrmph. I need to get into her email sometime and say YES.

  4. Someone wanted to give us $30M just the other day. SO nice of them! Maybe your mom can win the lottery and then she can stay home with you!

  5. LOL those scammers are something. Real money right....yes yours. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. Oh, we love that picture!! Mom is a millionaire. She had a rich relative die, she never heard of the relative but they left her millions of dollars. We'll let you know when the check comes . . .

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

    PS - Now when is the 12th of Never? That is when she will have her $$$$

  7. Right Goose, be careful, Stella warn Mom. Yep that working thingie sucks big time, always waiting for them to come home!

    The Mad Scots

  8. Wouldn't you just LOVE to send then a REAL Picture of some PILES of
    Poop... Beclaws they must just LOVE ♥♥ that S***

    We used to get those all the time on our Wildblue email acct... butt now that we went to the Gmail acct... they can't Find us... YEA!!!
    Just stick them in the SPAM Can!!

  9. Grandpa Bob get's mail from those people too! We worry that he will someday reply to those e-mails and then we'll have a BIG problem on our hands. Ugh.....

    Lily Belle & Muffin

  10. And that's a REALLY really good picture at the bottom of the post!

  11. Ditto what Goose said. But maybe that's how they have so much money to give away. They took too much from others. BOL

  12. Oh dear, don't ever open those silly emails - they only want YOUR money. But we are pretty sure your MOm is smart enough to know this too.

    We saw that beautiful brother and sister poem you left in a comment for Benny and Lily - that was so very special.

    Have a great weekend.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  13. Mom got an email saying she is getting an inheritance from a prince in a nutty country. If she gave our full address and pushed the button we would get it
    Benny & Lily

  14. Promises, promises, but they never actually send any real money, do they!

  15. We get 20 of those a day we just delete them immediately..Have a wonderful weekend xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  16. Well our mom apparently is being tracked down by a Nigerian PRINCE! Yeah, she is all that and a bag of chips.

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,