Fun with a Frog

Grandson David occasionally texts me when he is on a break at work. We chat for a few minutes about something silly if there is no real news. I have the advantage of speed, since I can type on the computer or dictate to the phone. He has to touch his screen to reply. That’s why he often has one-word answers. This conversation started with fact, but it didn’t stay there.

I wrote, “I rescued a little tan frog from the waterfall pool today. He could not get out of the water, so I scooped him up in a bucket and let him out on dry land.”

David responded, “OK.”

“I think he tried to wink at me.”

“LOL.”

“Do you think I should have kissed him?”

“NO!”

The story ended before it became a fairy tale.

30 thoughts on “Fun with a Frog

  1. You can’t go round kissing random frogs Anne, what if it became a Prince which would be an anachronism in a country that doesn’t recognise titles. And then you started a trend for kissing frogs so there were more princes than kingdoms.You’d have to start an agency to marry the all off to princesses across the world.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

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  2. Love it!! So wonderful to have these conversations with our grandkids. My granddaughter calls me the Grammar Gramma and sent me something to edit for her new website. So cute!!

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  3. I’m sure, had you kissed him the following would have occurred. A great Steam Engine would approach, with a wonderful Pullman, with ornate Ironware on the overhang would swoop off the mountain. A recent birthday celebrant would have swooped you up and would say ” All aboard, NOW”.

    Quote the Rooster, evermore!

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