The Moral to the Story is…

sugar frog edit 1

This toad lives in our bucket.

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The water and compost from the bucket feed the tomato plants.

sugarfrog edit 2The dogs eat every tomato they can reach while the toad observes the circus and stays in the safety of his ring.

If you are waiting on a profound statement about now….well…I got nothing.  So let’s hear it from you.  Any moral to this story?

Happy Day.  Be Nice to People. ♥

p.s.  These are the maters that we replanted after I killed the first ones. They are big and beautiful and still producing!( How to Kill Tomatoes in Six Weeks)

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17 Responses to The Moral to the Story is…

  1. Lynn says:

    Sometimes it pays to live in prison:)

  2. Lynn says:

    Or perhaps, the grass isn’t necessarily always greener on the other side?

  3. Bonnie says:

    To always have your camera ready? 🙂

  4. the moral of the story is if you choose to live in compost you must be vigilant? ❤
    Diana xo

  5. Rhonda says:

    two tomatoes on the vine worth a frog in the bucket? hehehe

  6. Jeannette from the CA coast says:

    No comment from me, but I certainly enjoyed reading the others:) Love the post!!

  7. 1ejb says:

    Be careful what’s on the other side of the fence. You may not like it. Love the pictures.

    Elizabeth http://2sellmybooks.wordpress.com

  8. viewpacific says:

    Some complain that they live in “compost” while others (like toads) are glad that it draw flies.
    Some complain that fences hold them back, while others (like dogs) notice that hard-earned tomatoes are tastier.

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