Friday, February 15, 2008

A tale of 2 frogs

This little froggie went to market,


and this little froggie stayed home ;-)

Ribid!

19 comments:

GMG said...

Hi Isabella, I’m back after a short break… and loved to see the antiques as well as the beautiful mangroves picture!
Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter
Wish you a happy Valentine’s Day!

Kate said...

There seems to be some similarity there!

Chris said...

ROTFLOL!!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Rambling Round said...

So which little froggie did you kiss?

Jilly said...

Two little froggies indeed. Love it. Your green tree frog reminds me so much of Sedge, a frog who lived on my shower curtain in Cairns and hunted for cockroaches at night. We showered together...so I had to take cold showers, which wasn't difficult in that heat. He came with the house, had lived just inside a decorative flower pot before - which the previous owners left behind for him.

Have a lovely Florida day, Isabella.

Peter said...

I notice that there are fortunately not (yet) any bad jokes about the French Froggies!

oldmanlincoln said...

Nice photograph. It looks like the place to be while in Florida.

Olivier said...

vraiment très bon, ce n'est plus "La Grenouille qui veut se faire aussi grosse que le Bœuf" mais "le chien qui veut devenir une grenouille" ;o) j'aime beaucoup
Really good, it is no longer "The frog who wants to be as big as the Ox", but "the dog who wants to become a frog" ;o) I love

Moi said...

:) none in the well???????

southshieldsdailyphoto said...

OMG, do these get inside the house Isabella?

Thanks for your recent comments

from South Shields Daily Photo

Chuckeroon said...

Thought is was time I dropped in. Glad I did..as usual!

Pat said...

HAHAHA! Love this post of yours today!

Pat

Guelph Daily Photo, My Photos.

Nikon said...

It must be neat to have a frog in the house!
Truffles looks contented :-)

Rauf said...

Here's an Oscar for you for the best movie script of the year Izzidee. prepare your acceptance speech.

AraratDailyPhoto said...

I have one of those furry frogs too!
And while on a visit back home to QLD, I took a very nice shot of a frog INSIDE the toilet!
I love your frogs freckle!

Sonia said...

Truffles looks so comfortable!

Lessie said...

Such a cute green frog! Love the furry one too. :)

Ming the Merciless said...

Ribid, indeed.

The first froggie is beautiful! The second froggie is precious!

JAM said...

We have a similar frog that climb an outside wall of our home every night around the same time and starts croaking. Then our poodles (4) beg to get out, and they run to that corner of the house and make a huge ruckus, as my Sainted Mother would call it.

We call it "lizard time."

My Sis-in-Law has white tile floors and a couple of dogs. They don't go together too well.