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!

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

    G'night Kim

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

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  3. 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 -

    ;-(

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

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  5. Wow, that's one big guy!!

    Elizabeth & Luna

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

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  7. 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

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  8. 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

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

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

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  11. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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

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

    Sam

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

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  15. 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

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

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

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

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