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Friday, December 28, 2007

hoppy new year

I am running out of display space for frogs. Cutting back on collecting, discouraging random gifts of frogdom unless they are really splendid (and frankly, what frog isn't?).

I have this basket o' frogs. A dozen of them. For 2008, I am thinking of a monthly challenge to dress up a frog, put them in diarama, and/or to send a frog off into the world. Still considering this. Anyone want a naked frog? I am willing to see these frogs going to distant shores and someday maybe returning to me if not in person, at least in photos, showing their adventures.

Wanna play with a frog? No warts involved. You do know that 2008 is the Year of the Frog, right?

06:00 Posted in Frogs On Friday | Permalink | Comments (5)


me, me, me, me, me, wanna play

Posted by: wendy | Friday, December 28, 2007

I like froggies..... I'll be a foster parent and take a frog on some adventures, perhaps even to distant shores. Pictorial proof of parental prowess shall be provided.

Posted by: Margaret Field | Saturday, December 29, 2007

The same thing happened to me with turkeys. When somebody finds out you collect something, they just won't let it rest. My Mama started collecting pigs years ago. When she died a couple of years ago, her apartment was infested with them. We're still finding pigs.
I love the basketful of frogs.

Posted by: Susan Ramey Cleveland | Saturday, December 29, 2007

I sent one off to Margaret today and Wendy will be taking one off my hands. You want one, Susan? It would be a change from the pigs....

Posted by: Diane | Wednesday, January 02, 2008

I want to play, please! I did this last year with a group of women who participated in a doll round robin - when our dolls were completed, they went on adventures, accompanied by a journal and disposable camera. Please allow me to show 'Froggy' a good time in Ann Arbor (god - I just realized that sounded like something from a bathroom wall!).

Posted by: Katherine Willson | Sunday, January 06, 2008