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Thursday, August 9, 2012

Mrs. Jelly Beans' sticky notes --- The Frogs

It takes a little animal to make me laugh because I get amused with what they are doing.  This is our country living  and theirs, too. I always have fun doing animated story.    

One early morning while I was praying inside our bedroom, I suddenly heard a sound like, “Tog.” I looked somewhere on the floor if there was something that fell, but there was none. Then I turned aside the curtain on the window and behold-- a little creature sticking on the window glass. My husband woke up one hour ahead of me. I wasn’t being visited by another prince charming, was I? Oops, he is not my type.  (-.-)

If he can only join the Olympic games as a gymnast, he can possibly win a gold medal because there’s no way for him to fall from the parallel bar and beam due to its sticky fingers and toes. (-.-) Though I don’t know where he came from, he is an exceptional jumper because he has powerful legs that can leap from the ground up to our window, like what he did. Just watch how he made his exhibition.


The Frog (Exhibitionist) on the Window


Kermit, The Frog
I like to watch Sesame Street when I was young. Kermit, the frog is one of the main characters in that popular cartoon TV show. Now, here comes the real, live Kermit the Frog. It was another morning that I saw this small green frog sticking on the brick wall of our front porch.  Though it doesn’t know how to talk like the one in the television, but it amused me to take a video of it.  A frog is an amphibian that can live either on land and water.  It can change its skin color depending on  where they are in an environment to defend themselves against predators.  I wish I have a good camera to take a picture of it while catching an insect with its long tongue. When I was a kid,  I used to catch tadpoles in a little swamp with my friends.  But I thought they were fishes before until someone told me they were not -- ha ha ha (-.-) Have you had an experience like that, too?      

Related animal storytelling:
     The Birds  

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