Thursday, April 24, 2008

Mr. Toad's Wild Ride

It didn't even occur to me that TOADS would be indigenous here. I should've known. DISGUSTING! Spencer tried to chase it out, but it got scared and has now burrowed deep in the unpacked boxes in our garage. I am paranoid to step foot into the garage. And what's unfortunate is that I planned to dig out an unpacked platter that I needed tonight. I guess my friends will have to settle for snacks on a regular old plate.

I don't deal well with reptiles.

****As a side note...I accidentally posted this on the recipe blog first. Yum!

7 comments:

Traci Elizabeth said...

Well since you dont deal well with reptiles you dont have to worry, Frogs are amphibians. For some reason it wont show the pic! But i am picturing a huge frog, so if its just a little bitty one I am going to be disappointed! Good luck

jeanine said...

Ha! We have little toads all over the place here... I don't think we've ever had one in the house... but maybe the garage. William loves to look for them in the summer. I'll bet your boys love them too.

SHIRLEY'S said...

I want to see this picture. I hope that the frog shows up soon. good luck with that.

The Cochran Family said...

No, I must save your dinner party!!!!..ok ok I'm on my way.

Lauri said...

If you have toads and lots of them, I imagine Parker will soon have them stuffed in his pockets and encourage Reid to do the same. Ah, the joys of boys.

Amanda B. said...

toads aren't so bad- as long as it isn't a giant spider- or other big nasty bug, I could handle it. I would take a toad over a spider anyday!

Pedersens said...

I hope MR. Toad has found his way out of your garage by now! I would be scared too.. don't do well with them either. Good Luck!