Wednesday, August 18, 2010

A Late Night Visitor

Sam kept barking at the back-door this evening, and when I opened it, I found this nighttime visitor sitting on the porch. I wonder what he wanted? Had my Prince finally come? He looks like he might be hungry. Was he here for dinner or to be dinner? I'll never know because I didn't invite him in...It was too late, and Carl (my other Prince) had already gone to bed, which is where I'm going too--I hope you've all had a good day! Good night everyone!

17 comments:

Sharon said...

Not the cutest visitor in the world... did you inform him that he had the wrong house?

G'night Kim

KT and Lady said...

Remember those delicious bugs from an earlier post. He came to see if it would OK to help himself.....I'm guessing yes!!

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Mine khame bakhk in the late spring but I don't think he liked some of the games we played in the grass -

He hasn't returned since -

;-(

Sugar the Golden Retriever said...

Woof! Woof! That's HUGE ... Oh! My. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Elizabeth said...

Wow, that's one big guy!!

Elizabeth & Luna

bad penny said...

well he might be a Prince - but I can see why you didn't want to find out !

Catherine said...

I don't know Kim... I think I would scream if I saw this guy sitting on my front porch.. Prince or not!! :)

Have a lovely Thursday!
xo Catherine

kks said...

he is a very cute toad...as far as toads go! i think he was waiting to be kissed!!
How's the old guy doing?
xoxo

Tracey said...

You should have at least kissed him.....you never know!!! xxx

Louise said...

He's a real charmer! Bet the mosquito population around your porch is considerably less this morning.

Angus said...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

I almost think that would make me bark too!! BOL!!

Sam said...

Hmmm... He is an unpleasant looking fellow...

Sam

Doc said...

Hmmm, that face reminds me of someone???? What a mug, stick to your first prince.

Chicken Boys said...

Ribbit! I don't see toads around like I did when I was a kid. Not sure if they're not as plentyful anymore, or I'm just not looking as hard. Maybe both, huh? I do watch tree frogs get on the windows at night and eat the bugs that are attacted to the light, though.
~Randy

Sierra Rose said...

What a closeup!! Did he take up most of the poarch? :)

Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
Sierra Rose

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I think he is beautiful!
And what a sweet story!
love
tweedles