Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Remembering "Froggie"

Sadly I found out today that
my beloved " Froggie"
has passed away.
I know to some of you that he was only
a frog , but to me he was a wonderful
little friend who came to live with us
in my little " Tranquil Garden" &
then became part of my little family
in my special little world.
I used to go outside in the morning
each day and check on my pond &
fish but Froggie is the first one I
would look for. I looked
forward to each time I saw him
and seeing what he was up to.
He lived with us for 3 or 4 summers.
He was part of my garden family. He enjoyed his haven that we created for him. He was never afraid of me, he would just sit there staring at me and not moving while I talked to him. I do believe he liked my visits & was actually listening to me.
I'm glad I had something to contribute to make his life happier as he did mine. I will miss my dear little creature.
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Sweet Repose said...

I have got to get me a little pond going...just love the sound of the frogs at night...it is good to be a nature lover, it gives us peace and harmony!!!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Im sorry about your little garden friend. We have some small tree frogs where I live. But our girls have a bad habbit of chasing them. But I always see them in the front garden and also the toads. Have a good day...Julian

Cabin and Cottage said...

I enjoyed visiting your little world that you have made. Sorry about your froggy friend. Hope somebody new comes along. Best to you,

Bella said...

Hi Suzeeez, So sorry you lost your little friend! I too am a lover of frogs, and always searching them out around the garden. This year we have tadpoles in the garden... maybe you will luck out and find froggy left you some little ones :-)

Donna said...

I've just now read about Froggie and I'm heartbroken for you. I know what an endearing little guy he was to you. He certainly had a wonderful life, and the most envious of frog homes while living in your tranquil pond... Donna @ An Enchanted Cottage

The Rustic Victorian said...

Ahhhh,,dang,,,maybe someone kissed him and he turned into a prince.