Sunday, June 19, 2011

Getting my head above water


I'll be back when I've managed to do that.

(P.S. This is Webber, the small, gorgeous frog that lives under our (Webber) barbeque cover. He took a quick swim in the birdbath today. Photogenic little guy, wouldn't you say?)

25 comments:

  1. I can certainly relate to the need to get your head above water. And yes your friend the frog is beautiful. My Mom would have loved him. (she loved frogs of all kinds)

    Take care. We'll be here when you get back.

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  2. He's a beauty, your little Webber. I am just fascinated by the fact that he has his own puddle. We haven't seen standing water--well, ever here in the desert.

    Sending good thoughts to your pup, Roxy.

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  3. He is beautiful. His eyes loos like pieces of raw gold.

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  4. I rather think the talent is all yours....

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  5. Nothing about a household is right when the family dog isn't doing well.
    Hugs for you and Roxy. Hang in there.

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  6. I hope things are going well with the Critter Farm Pup!

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  7. Webber is gorgeous. His eyes look like 24K gold beads. How's your goldfish managing...did he make it through the winter?

    Hugs and much love to Roxy. And a warm hug to you, too! Hang in there. He's going to make it through this time and be good as new. xoxo

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  8. Good luck. God Bless. *Hugs* ♥

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  9. Yes he is!!! I'd love a pic of him.I'd frame it and hang in my kitchen:)

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  10. That is one gorgeous frog. Nature is awesome, yes?

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  11. If you can, post a comment about the pup? I'm worrying a bit... Thanks.

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  12. Hugs to you!! Webber's cute, as long as he's not to close to me. LOL

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  13. My thoughts are with you today...and Roxy. Boscoe went through the same thing in '08 for a really torn ligament in the rear right leg and it wasn't pretty but it does get better faster than you'd think.

    Just remember to hold her back one notch from what she *thinks* she is up to doing to help prevent problems afterwards.

    Boscoe's was posted on my blog too and people were so nice. Nothing wrong with needing support from the virtual world.

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  14. I had only heard Webber, but I have never seen him. What a gorgeous frog. Have you kissed him yet?

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  15. I just love bright green frogs. Let us know how we can help?

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  16. Oh Danni, I'm so sorry you're so under. I gave up trying to get my head above water a long time ago and just grew some gills :)

    seriously, it is a horrible feeling... you've got lots of folks sending some good energy and prayers your way.... hang in there.

    and thanks for posting even though you are under.... the frog is fantastic!

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  17. Webber is gorgeous... I love his name too. His eyes look like litte rivets. :)

    Hang in there... we'll be here when you get back. xoxo

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  18. Webber is one handsome frog. Hope Roxy is feeling better soon. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  19. This is one of the most beautiful, personable frogs I have ever seen. Your photograph really captures him!

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  20. Sometimes you just have to prioritize. I hope I spelled that correctly. Wishing you the best. Deep breath in, deep breath out. Keep that up for a bit. ;)

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  21. I miss you and I hope things are going well.

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  22. Glad you stopped in to hang with us for a minute..loved your pic's..Miss Roxy looks like she's feeling all perky again..All looks good on Critter Farm:)

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