It's a good life.
I keep staring. Waiting. Patiently.But I feel I must ask, as it doesn’t seem likely to happen anytime soon.At what point will he whip out the top hat and cane and break out into song?“Hello my baby, hello my darlin’, hello my ragtime gal…”
That frog is adorable! I have one around my neck. Um...tiger's eye frog. heheheThe pictures are great. Nice eye. And, if the frog breaks out in song and dance, as Mr. Bloggerific thinks, let me know.Grins*
Chryscat, you'll know if the singing happens, I've connected your necklace to the flashing frog eyes, similar to those old Disney films. Same technology, but on a much, much smaller budget. (and without all those evil Disney whisperings...)
Mr. B, wrong species for the top hat and cane. This frog is _Pseudacris brimleyi_, the species you seek is _Rana looneytuneyi_.
Hey, chryscat, sounds like we have the same type necklace! I have quite a few frog-themed jewelry pieces -- guess you can take the woman out of the swamp but you can't take the swamp out of the woman :)
Swamp,I'm sure this stems from my Kermit fetish. At least partly. Man, I love that frog. He rides shotgun with me in the van. There are three kermies on this desk as I type. It ain't easy being green, but he does it with such panache.Bloggy, this necklace starts tapdancing on my boobies, and you and I will talk. Grins*
Just found your blog - love it! I can't believe you are actually picking up these frogs. I can't even find them. I hear them, but I believe that all we have are invisible frogs. :)
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