Today is the third annual Save The Frogs Day. What is this, you ask? It's a day set aside to educate people about frogs and to raise awareness on their plight. Apparently, twenty countries are taking part this year and are offering nearly 120 different events.
It's funny because I had a dream about frogs last night. It wasn't very good. I was stirring some soup Rick had cooking on the stove. Then I realized it was filled with little black frogs. Ick! Next thing I know, there were little black frogs all over the kitchen floor. Double ick! I'm not sure what brought on this dream. It was either reading about Save The Frogs Day last night or watching Moses recently. We also saw a frog exhibit at the Museum of the Rockies, so I guess it was bound to happen.
I took the picture above at the museum. Rick and the kids were calling this the Yoda Frog. It was funny how still they were. They almost looked like they were plastic, but every now and then they would blink slowly. I remember as a kid I'd collect big buckets of tadpoles and watch them turn into little frogs before they'd all scamper away. Fun memories.