Dang! By the time I wake up, get all the animals fed and get myself shaved and showered and my lunch made and I’m dressed and finally am able to sit down with my coffee to post my post, I’m already exhausted. Everything is irritating this morning.


My Wife is afraid of frogs. They seem to live a lot on our roof and our back porch. Not long ago, we even found tadpoles in our birdbath! So, for the past several months, I’ve been going out every evening hunting them. I don’t kill them, I throw them off the porch into the back yard. In the beginning of my froghunting days, I’d get 5 or 6 every night, Now, they are a rarity. Last night, I found one! He was a pretty ‘lil froggie! I bumped him in the butt and he jumped over the side.

I guess I’m getting rid of them pretty good. because they’re getting pretty scarce.

Yesterday morning, I took a few shots of our poor, tortured cat, Goldie. He looks so exhausted and completely worn out, one can’t help but feel sorry for him. Maybe he goes through what I go through in the mornings!

Poor ‘lil fella!

You’d think, with all the cats and dogs around here, we wouldn’t have a frog problem, but we apparently have cats and dogs who aren’t doing their jobs!

Glad it’s Wednesday, woke up thinking it was Tuesday.

My mom wants me to go visit her, so I’ll be planning a weekend trio to the DC area pretty soon. Looks like.

Have a great day!

2 thoughts on “Froghunter

  1. …sounds like you are messing up the ecology of the area. Shame on you!

  2. 5 or 6 a night? Wow, that’s a heck of a lot of frogs! I’m glad you just bump them away and don’t kill them, but I can see them becoming a nuisance. Safe travels to DC when you visit your mom, I’m sure she’ll look forward to seeing you. Goldie is very photogenic – it’s obviously a hard life being a cat as ours spends his time lounging like yours does as though he’s been hard at work all week!!

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