My Stampin' Up! Online Store


  • If you like what you see, feel free to check out my Stampin' Up! online store!

Stampin' Up! Publications

My Digital Studio


  • Click here to see the entire list of My Digital Studio catalogue downloads! Grab a coffee, there are a ton!

Join My Simply Stars Stamping Team!


  • Click here to learn more about being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator! Open a world of new and fun opportunities!

Become a Fan

« Life's a Breeze Box | Main | Chipboard Albums Class Planner »

April 20, 2008

Comments

Julie D

Hey Heather!
Wow the toads are out! It's looks from the photos that Mark is holding American toads (um looks like they are copulating too!...) The toads and the Spring peepers will be the first ones to fill the ponds and vernal pools as soon as the ice melts and the sediments they are overwintering in gets soft enough for them to come out. You can hear them at dusk as high pitched trills. The short trill is the peeper and the long trill is the american toad! How exciting!

Melissa

I just love your blog!! I have just given you an award, check out my blog for more information.

Dale

Looks like Mark is having a great time with all those frogs; it's more than I would care to handle. Can't wait to see your photos scrapped.

The comments to this entry are closed.