F is for Frogs – A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom

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F is for Frogs


F is for Frogs on Walkersvillemom


We found these two green guys in an botanical garden in Atlanta, GA.   Josh thought they must be Kermit’s friends.



10 Responses to “F is for Frogs – A to Z Blogging Challenge on Walkersvillemom”
  1. Rajlakshmi says:

    haha that’s a fun picture 🙂


  2. Such unabashed joy is contagious. I love this photo. So nice to find you on the A to Z blog challenge! Say hi to Josh for me!


  3. LOL! You can find all kinds of strange things in a botanical garden, but I never thought I’d see 3 foot frogs. Awesome.


  4. That looks like fun! My husband may have to go to Atlanta on business and I may go along. I was wondering if there was anything interesting to do while we were there–this botanical garden looks like it’s worth checking out.


  5. Donna says:

    I love these frogs and your son’s smile. My husband was thrilled to see Kermit and friends at the Smithsonian American history museum last month.


  6. cleemckenzie says:

    Josh is probably right. What wonderful whimsical sculptures. And they’re doing what was intended–bring delight.


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