Friday, 14 March 2014

found him this afternoon on the path that runs through the nearby golf course; just look at his hands, held together as if he's holding onto something precious, it also reminds me of one of those tai chi movements I forget what it's called, I'll have to ask the husband; he(the frog) is still a bit too fresh to come indoors so he'll have to stay outside for just a little while longer; meanwhile the present occupants are quite excited at the news of yet another arrival, they have lots of questions: how tall is he, is he handsome, what does he smell like? is he hungry, if so, shall we send someone out to give him something to eat, a drink maybe? Frog what do frogs eat?? (no answer, no surprise there then) where will he sleep, are there enough blankets? ......so yet another arrival and everyone's busy, well almost everyone.....


thankfully I have finished another small quilt, the largest so far, more than adequate for our large frog

4 comments:

Nancy said...

There is so much warmth, charm and loving kindness in your stories. I'm so grateful to know of all the happenings at the Project :)

deemallon said...

oh frog! like the hands carefully placed on a dead human at their memorial service. the quilt is a stunner!

Julie S said...

I knew those stripes were in good hands.

Heather said...

Aren't quilts beautiful against the light? And the froggie is quite beautiful in his way.