I fed my goldfish tonight and noticed…a visitor! HOW a frog managed to get into my yard, past a lot of cats, and into the safety of the pond is beyond me.
Well at least you know the water quality is good. How cute.
He looks like he just made it to Mar-a-Logo!
He looks like he’s in frog-heaven!
Mar-a-frogo! haha. But, not really because I don’t think of that place as a paradise. More of a horror show.
Somehow, I find it very Ross to have a pond full of goldfish in a yard full of cats. And now a frog! Hoppity Clintoad?
HA HA HA I love it! You made my day! Ross’es Mar-a-frogo is way better!
🙂 glad our humor connects, even if our politics might not? xo 🙂
by the way — it’s the Mar a Lago resort in Florida that I think is a horror show — I just realized my first comment was ambiguous. (when I was going for …amphibious? – also, I think Hoppity Clintoad is a lovely frog, and lucky to have found a home in a place where both fish and cats can live together without fear)
I don’t have a problem with differing political views. I have a problem with Trump himself! Hoppity Clintoad is very lovely and I love the smile on he’s/her face! So cute!
Hi Dawn, (I’m commenting here because I can’t find a reply button on your comment)
huh. I had assumed that you were a Trump supporter because of the Mar-a-Lago reference. Are you a fan of Marjorie Merriweather Post? Or maybe of Grape-Nuts? Fruity Pebbles?
(that might be a good frog name: Pebbles)
OMG are those fish going to grow into koi? I have always wanted a koi pond with big, big koi. Maybe someday. I am still working on that one. Looks like a peaceable kingdom in your yard Ross.
Hi SEB, No but you just sparked my interest. Maybe I’ll start with the history of Mar-a-Lago!
Trump bought Mar-a-Lago for 8 million bucks! I’d rather have a little cabin with a gold fish pond, a bunch of cats, and a frog named Hoppity Clintoad. I’m pretty sure Clintoad agrees. Ross your a lucky man!
Fruity !! Ahhh probably!
Fruity the frog 🙂
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