Quirky Japanese thoughts and things.
How are things going there? "Migration for propagation" is likely. Virtually all Japanese frogs lay their eggs in water, although a couple adhere their eggs to moist leaves. Momo misses the tree frogs during the paddy floods in the spring, so I bought her one of those small carved hollow wooden ones from Thailand. If you run a stick across the ridges on its back, it sounds amazingly like a real one. We're still looking for a house, and Momo is doing the DC commute. Takes her 2 hours to go 35 miles, and she's beat after she gets home. Both of us will be much happier when we get a place closer to work.imomomo
Ha! Those shoes killed me and her pathetic throw. Oh lord! I think I have to watch it again! hee hee
(Ahem.) I throw like that, only worse.Awful, isn't it? I think it takes away points from my Americanness or something. I've had this condition all my life, too, and boy, have I suffered. But I don't do that silly little bouncy step or that preening thing with my hands, and I haven't had shoes like that in ages!
Imomo, hey! Oh, yes. The rice fields have been tilled and flooded and the frogs are propagating nicely. You're right. They probably left for a better location. So happy you guys are doing well. I'll e-mail.Ello, the shoes!Mary, no way! But hey, at least throwing a baseball isn't a skill called upon much in daily life. Not like my total lack of directional sense.
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