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Strangest love triangle ever.

When the snow finally disappears up here the place becomes very lively. In particular we have a ton of snakes and frogs. In the spring, frogs like frogs, and snakes like frogs, and sooner or later those variables are bound to collide. 79 more words

Would you kiss a frog? Or a toad?

For several weeks now I thought I was hearing spring peepers serenading us through the night. Spring peepers are little frogs that start their high-pitched songs very early in spring, marking the end of winter. 295 more words

Animals And Critters

An Okay Day

Aside from everything that ails me daily, I had an okay day because I had a little more energy than I did yesterday. Some members of my family went to my favorite shave ice stand, I was able to help my Aunty & Uncle who recently moved back to the island sort through their belongings now that their things arrived via freight, & I completed three errands. 794 more words

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Larkin Toads T-Shirt Printing.

Today I produced 9 T-Shirts and 1 bag for my uni course. It is about Hull born poet Philip Larkin, in the poem ‘Toads’ it says “For something sufficiently toad like”. 88 more words

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A little night walk in Bangkapi

After seven months in Bangkok I moved out near Bangkapi. I wouldn’t call Bangkapi a “natural” area, but I did my best to see what I could find. 285 more words

Thailand

Have Kids, Will...Get Over My Fear of Snakes (and Lizards...and Germs)!

Here’s a little something for the parenting realm:  I have four boys who have all, at some point in their childhoods, become nature fanatics.  Not the kind of nature fanatic who reads a lot about birds and trees and flowers, then asks to plant his own garden so he can really connect with the earth.   302 more words

Parenting

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“Plains Spadefoot Toad”

Toads are smarter than frogs. Like all of us who are not good-looking they have to rely on their wits. A woman around the beginning of the last century who was in love with frogs wrote a wonderful book on frogs and toads. 103 more words

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