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Thread: Eeery or not..you decide

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    Super Member Maggiesmom's Avatar
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    I think it was a frog who needed help and knew you would feel a responsibility toward him given your earlier experience. God works in mysterious ways.

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    now i read this, so who knows, the frog held and important role in early myth the frog symbolized resurrection and a higher stage of spiritual awakening, other eurpopean folklore states that it is good luck to have a frog show up in your home and if heard outdoors it signified coming rain.

    i just think it is cool, and a beautiful frog too, when i lived on the outer banks for north carolina, and you heard the frogs singing, the old timers would say "the frogs are singing for rain.

    it reminds of nature, you and your daughter are safe, and froggy has a new home, "has he gone a courting", it is an old childrens rhyme i believe. and then think of "wind in the willows"? was there not a frog in that also, and we also remember prince charming (and where is he now in my life/hiding in the garden?lol)

    i had a gecko ride on my windsheild on the toll road, 95 miles per hours for heavens knows how long before i could pull over and get him off, tossed him in the bushes, and i think he just did not like his neighborhood and was looking for new digs, he was lucky and so was i, i found him a new home, and most especially i did not wreck the car looking at him and being worried.

    jan in florida

    jan in florida

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    Cool!! I have never seen a hairy frog before, let alone a blonde one. :P

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    that is a wee bit eery... so nice though that your daughter is going to care for the one you found and that you had a chance to "save"... I've heard it said that intention is the key to good karma... I would guess that you're doing well, teaching your daughter, giving her school friends a new acquaintance to care for, etc. ... interesting!

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    That frog you ran over? This is his cousin Guido. Be careful. Frogs never forget. ;)

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    I would be a bit freaked out too. I guess you can think of it as a second chance.

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    Oh wow, we hit a frog last night. I better check out my car to see if I have one hiding,lol......Michele

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    I LOVE frogs - he's so adorable!

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    When you opened your car door, the frog hopped in. I don't believe in coincidence Everything happens for a reason, may be a small reason but there is always a reason. Cause and effect is the root of all things that happen.

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    You say a "hairy frog? hmmmmmmmm, This might be prince charming waiting to be KISSED!

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