Friday, August 29, 2008

...Name That Tune

By nature, most children are very curious. My little one is no exception. She loves to be outside exploring. Living things are the most fascinating to explore for her. And frogs, she loves, loves, loves frogs. She loves frogs so much that just after it rains, she will go outside to collect all the frogs she can find. She kept them in an old metal minnow bucket until we added the koi pond to the front of the house. That became her new frog haven. She collects frogs and relocates them. I can't imagine she has much of a future as a frog relocator, but it keeps her busy! It rained today and I hear the sweet melody of the fruits of her labor. Life is beautiful!


Suzanne said...

Thanks so much for the visit. You're right. Not only about my life, but about frogs and little girls. Don't ever hesitate to stop by. It was pure joy.

All the best to you,
Suze XO

Walker said...

Better frogs than insects.
My eldest was constantly trying to grow plants from seeds now at the age of 20 she is a landscape engineer, I think that means gardener and is working on the govener general's grounds.
So who know she may become and frog relocator if they ever needed one.

3 Magpies said...

Suze: Thanks for the comment. I enjoyed your visit!

Walker: Cool about your daughter. Let's hope life long love never dies!

Girl Rants said...

frogs are pretty cool. cant say i blame her, heck she may be bringing together some frogs, who may never, have otherwise met. making frog love connections, or allowing a rockin frog convention. either way, its adorable.

3 Magpies said...

Girl: It rained this evening and the frog concert is just underway! My busy little relocator is just finishing up her rainy day ritual! Thanks for the comment.(-: