P. contemplates life BY the sea......
While this fellow contemplates life IN the sea....
M.: "That's a very diplomatic answer. You mean if you had a chance to be a human, even for just a day, you would not be interested?"
A.C.: "Nope. Here's why. Humans take everything so personal and they don't live in the moment. Just once try to use only your body language and eyes to communicate your distaste and then move on. Don't dwell on the complications of your everyday life. There really is no time for that. Relax, challenge yourself, have fun, give love, treat pets like pets and not babies, If something does not work out for you that day, don't beat yourself up. It's not healthy. Eat what you need and at the right amount. Eat until you are 80% full. The Japanese people have got that right. Stay clean. Be curious. By the way, I don't believe in that old saying. (Curiosity Killed the Cat) That's not been my experience."
M.: "Thanks A. I don't know where I would be without you and our little talks."
A.C.:Well, come here and rub my right cheek and listen to me purr. Show me your love and then let's get on with the day. I am soon for a nap."
In my last post, I photographed a Tree Frog which was caught at a local nursery. We didn't know what type of frog it was when we released him. He was placed on a rock in the new pond where I took pictures.
He sat there for some time as if not sure where to go. Finally, he jumped in the water, swam around in there, came out and headed for the nearest tree.
Since that time in late august, he was relocated back to the pond area from the greenhouse. Not sure how he got in there. I've tried to keep an eye out for him, wondering about his welfare. Yesterday, while in the garden near the pond I noticed a frog. Only this one was brown.
Was it the same guy?