Monday, July 14, 2008

ag's guest post

Anna Grace has requested to do a guest blog post on my site. I am handing over the keyboard to her. Ladies and Gentlemen...Anna Grace.

The camping trip was so fun. We went on two trails. After we went on the 2nd trail Jacob and I were aloud to walk in the stream with our shoes on. We saw a mouse and a frog that looked like it was dead. Erica caught a baby frog and I caught a tadpole. Will and Erica were scared wile we were going there and wile we were coming back, because of the big cliff. The last time we went there were baby frogs everywhere. We got to feed a little bird. This has been Anna Grace Dixon with your camping report.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the camping report Anna Grace!

Ummm.... where is my email from you by the way?

Are you waiting for my birthday?


I guess that means I am getting one tomorrow!

Mary Beth said...

The camping sounds like a lot of fun but I think I'd leave the wildlife where they belonged - in the wild:) Since I'm not real good around high places, I think I'd be scared of the cliff too. Brave of you not to be afraid of that.

Lost In Splendor said...

Fun! I remember spending many days when I was younger with my cousins catching tadpoles and salamanders. It was always a lot of fun.

Heather said...

Anna Grace - i love that you did a guest blog on your camping trip! Your mom might have a bit of competition :) I just went camping too and we saw a million baby frogs.

....back to you in the studio!

HeyJoe said...

Well done, Anna Grace. You are on your way to becoming a full-fledged blogger.

Your Pal Pinki said...

I don't like a million baby frogs. AT ALL. Not even one baby frog. AT ALL. I guess I'm a big chicken. I caught tadpoles once and woke up in the middle of the night and had to flush them. It happened when I was a kid and my mom told my kids about it and now they love to tell the story and laugh at me. Yeah. Glad you had a fuuuuuuun trip! I'm really glad you did a guest spot on Mom's blog too! Very cool.

Anonymous said...

Great post Anna Grace! I love baby frogs and tree frogs. A river runs behind my house and you can hear the frogs every night when it's warm. There is a frog that comes up every evening and hangs around outside my house catching insects.

The Over-Thinker said...

Ace Reporter, Anna Grace,

Great post! And I love your sweater. I hope you post again soon! Now go dry your shoes :)

Natalie said...

charlie girl - she has not been checking her email or writing email nearly as much! i think she forgot today!

mary beth - ag is not scared of bugs or anything like that. she is pretty much a tomboy which i love!

sparkliesunshine - if she had something to put the tadpoles in i'm sure we would have ended up bringing some home!

wishful writer - she loved this comment. back to you in the studio. made her laugh!

heyjoe - she asked for a blog and i wouldn't let her get one. not yet. one of these days.

pinki - ag says...were you scared of the tadpoles? what did you think they were going to do in the middle of the night?

missnightowl - she would love it there!

over-thinker - her shoes have been washed and dried. they will never look the same i'm afraid.

Your Pal Pinki said...

Anna, I had a dream they did turn into frogs in the middle of the night and I couldn't let that happen. Too risky. Frog issues, you know. LOL : )

Natalie said...

pinki - i saw some tadpoles that had legs already. they looked like half frogs and half tadpoles.

Your Pal Pinki said...

Eeek! I'm out of here! LOL

Mike S said...

Hi Anna Grace. If I'd known you were giving a report I'd have come sooner to read it. Very observant of you and good report. Nature is neat:)

Natalie said...

pinki - that ag...she laughed!

mike s - thanks. i wanted to keep hiking, but everyone else was tired. we didn't even finish the trail!