Monday, July 28, 2014

There's A Frog In Our Blog!!



Yup, we have a frog in our bloggie, cause said froggy is in meowmy's planties, and even called in a buddy, OMC!


OK, seriously, there is a little tree froggy that frequents our patio potted plants. And at night he/she calls in for reinforcements to stick on our windows to hunt fur bugs. Hopefurly lots of pesky mosquitoes.
One day when meowmy was trying to pour water into her pots with the watering can she thought it was plugged up with leaves...but...it was our froggy in the spouty! Eventually he popped out! MOL!
He was even in the rain gauge once, too.
A long time ago there was one of those little emerald green froggies that was on meowmy;s van and it traveled a 50 mile round trip, Wow!


There are a myriad of bugs of all kinds in our yard, and a lot of them like to chew on our plants...sheesh, our yard is so large, can't they eat somewhere else?









Speaking of plants, meowmy picked us some fresh catnip...off we go to have a nice fresh, green snack, no frogs allowed!
'Stoned on fresh nip!'

28 comments:

  1. Crikey ..... lots of good bug chasing there, aye?? I haven't tried catnip. I eat grass a LOT. Is it as good as grass?

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  2. Well, we like grass, too...but...nip is better by far, MOL!!

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  3. Well, with all dose buggies, dat lil frog are gonna be busy!

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    1. You betcha! And the frog we can see now is way bigger than when it first got there! Must be a lot of yummy bugs!

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  4. That lil froggie is so cute! We gots lil brown ones round here.
    An we gots sum of the same bugs. A lil green grasshopper came inside on sum basil Mommy picked to make pesto. Luckily, he dint wind up in the pesto!
    An it's jus startin our dragonfly season here. They are so purdy.
    Yu guys still stoned?

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    1. Nah, stoned lasts only a while until we get the next *fix*!

      Well, at least grasshoppers are edible, eeuuwww!

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  5. Your yard is incredibly beautiful. Mom hasn't been taken care of ours as well as usual this year. We must get on her. How fun to have little froggies to watch. Looks as if that nip is primo. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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    1. Hello & Thanks!

      Meowmy has to watch where the nip is, so that marauding felines and not a few other critters nip it down...pardon the pun, MOL! The best time to watch the frogs is at night when they are on the windows catching bugs attracted to the lights in the den.

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  6. doodz...ewe see frog...we see lunch brake !!!!!



    yur gardin bee rockin by de way...we HAD one til de naybor hood vizshuz rabbit eated everee thing kleer down two de soil....

    hizzzzzzzzzzzzz

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    1. Yeah, rabbits and groundhogs and squirrels are bad news to gardens.

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    2. We love all yer pretty flowers! You should join the Thursday Garden Tours. Just do THAT on Thursdays and make it a tour with pictures of you among the flowers.

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    3. Hi! Thanks!

      Well, we don't have blooms inside, cause we nibble on them, tee-hee...and we do not go outside at all, only sometimes Minko & I will sneak out through the doggy door...being sneaky is fun, even if it does get us into trouble.

      But, thanks fur the invite. Oh, and meowmy always works on Thursdays, so she would rarely have a chance to blog on that day.

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  7. OMC What a cute fwoggy. MOL Yous suwe awe lucky tu get sum fwesh catnip. Altho' ours isn't fwesh, it be purretty good. Enjoy.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi

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    1. Hi there!
      Meowmy tries to find organic and the most expensive nip...we just go nuts fur it. Fresh is great too.
      Minko will excavate a shelf if he thinks the nip container is there...sigh...

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  8. It sure must have been a tiny frog to plug the spout. Great photos of the flowers and bugs. Guess you enjoyed your nip.

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  9. It was the same size as the one in the pictures.
    When the plug of leaves came to life, meowmy had a good startle, MOL!

    Nip...did anyone say nip??

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  10. Hey you two trouble makers. Glad to see you getting your due and plenty of Nip too!
    Those froggies are so good for eating bugs maybe invite all his pals over too

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    1. When they are 'at work', they sure do gobble a lot of nasty buggies. Don't those dragonflies eat skeeters too? And as much as she hates and is scared of them spiders eat a lot of bad bugs, too.

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  11. I love that this story ended in nip. It was already great fun to see the froggies & bugs, but a nip snack at the end, good times. ~Rascal and Rocco

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  12. Great Garden you all have there. We are impressed with your little green tree froggy too. We don't have them here - just big froggies. When M lived in Florida, they had lots of green tree froggies tho. Her first kitty caught one one night and M woke up with the cat and froggy hopping all over the bed. YIKES!

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    1. Hi, Marie! Pawleased to meet you!

      Thanks!

      We don't think we would want to see our meowmy with a froggy on her bed, MOL!

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  13. Oh wow, we love your garden and all the fab critters mew have!! We actually did a guided tour of our garden on Monday too, can mew believe it?!? Bizarre MOL

    Many Congrats on being this weeks Featured Favourite!

    Epic purrs

    Basil & Co xox

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    1. Hi, Basil and gang!

      Thanks and more thanks!

      Pawleased to meet you, too!

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  14. Hi! We're visiting from Rascal and Rocco's. What a wonderful garden - especially the nip.

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    1. Greetings to you, too! And thanks fur stopping by. Its nice to meet you!

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  15. what lovely garden friends, very nice photos

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