Actually I was planning on doing something similar as my ‘how to survive an interview’ entry and do something along the lines of how to give a presentation because that is the one thing that most people feel uncomfortable with although there really is no need to!
So while I was reading up some bits and pieces I got called away by my family as a hoard of tiny frogs were migrating through our garden.
They had hatched and grown up in our neighbors pond and were now ready to migrate and find their own home away from their original pond. Now the problem is that none of the other gardens have a pond and the next bit of water is quite a way away and in the boiling summer sun these tiny frogs would have never made it. It was decided that the only thing we could do was to collect them in buckets and carry them out across the street to the next little stream to set them free.
We are currently collecting bucket number four of tiny little frogs!! They didn’t seem all that happy about being collected though our garden isn’t exactly the ideal place for a frog to live.
Once they are fully grown they will come back to their home pond to breed which is gong to be interesting because that means that we will get a similar frog migration again just this time they are going to be huge and not tiny frogs.
Anyways I will bring out the how to do a presentation blog as soon as I can though I hope you see from the picture why I hadn’t had the time or the motivation to get it done today.
But at least you got pictures of some adorable baby frogs that has to count for something right 🙂