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Sunday 21 March 2010


Just look who I found this week...

we have heard a couple of them during

the beautiful rain we have had of late,
usually at night...

but have not found them during the day

I think he/she found it a bit hot with

the sun glaring on his home...

as soon as he/she heard the click of the

camera he retreated...
He has lived in this self-watering pot for
years, but we haven't seen him for ages
& thought he may have gone to green
froggie heaven.
I re-located about 12 or 15 beautiful green
frogs from my eldest's place about 5 years
ago. They have an over-abundance of
them & find them a nuisance.
We brought them home here & re-located
into our water feature [see photos at
bottom of my blog]... many people said
they would all die... I wouldn't say we have
a lot of them but we do have at least 3 &
that is 3 more than we had when we came
here 7 years ago.
The dreadful cane toad kills them & he is
taking over the state so if we can rescue
some beautiful green frogs I will because
at least they have some chance in my garden.
Angel Message...
Do not worry about your age,
the depth of your knowledge or
the breadth of your experiences.
Celestial guidance comes to all those
who crave it.


Karin said...

Hi Bethel!
I've watched your slideshow. It's great. You live in a beautiful place.
Send my love to the green frogs ♥
~X~ Karin

mimilove forever said...

awww ribbit! Well if he's like a hedgehog pen friend just say the word and Alan will get his best pens out! x:)

Aussie Maria said...

I'm so glad you were able to rescue the frogs. I really love the tiny little green tree frog

Anonymous said...

Hello Miss Bethel,

Aaawwww, I didn't quite notice him or her? in the first picture - - - but there it is peeking :-) Looks sleepy and tired. Oh well, it's nice that he has a home. Must be real cool on the inside and he needs it with all the sun :-)


(I didn't know March was crochet month.)

Mrs Twins said...

Oh what a nice place for them to take in some shade!
Ours are usually under the garden shed!
Hugs to you Bethel! x

Unknown said...

WOW.... I finally found you. We have sooooo many blog friends in common. Mrs.Twin, Karin, Maria, Lucy...the list goes on and on. Just wanted to let you know I am so excited to follow your journey in life. You African Flower pattern is on my list to try today.

Please stop by my garden for a visit any time. I love to have new visitors with the same love of yarn as me.

By the way, do you dye your own yarn too. Soulmate.

Kate - The Garden Bell

Cat said...

Mr Frog peeking out to get a little sunshine is really cute!

Thank you for your comments on my poetry quilt!!!

Have an awesome day.


Birgit said...

What a cute frog! :)

-- Birgit

sewlines said...

Found your blog via Mrs Twins and I have enjoyed reading and viewing your beutiful garden.

Ines said...

Found your blog via Mrs Twins and have enjoyed reading and viewing your beautiful garden.

Mrs Twins said...

I'm missing you!
Love Suex

Splendid Little Stars said...

How cool! last photo is great!

Tammy said...

Oh I love these Froggy pictures! good work re-homing them : )

Polo said...

Nature is the best beautiful things.I love it.