Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Frog's Day Out

Hey, guys! I'm having a great time here in New York. A couple weeks ago, Cheryl took me for a grand day out. First we rode the F train into Manhattan . . .


Then we stopped to see my friends Patience and Fortitude at the New York Public Library.

My favorite musical? "SpamAlot"! (The French get exactly what's coming to them.) Cheryl and I had cheesecake at Junior's after our matinee.

Then we strolled through Times Square . . .
and caught the R train down to the Brooklyn Bridge. It's a beaut!

We finished the day off with a Mets game at Shea Stadium. I really tried to grab this one fly ball (because boy, I love catching flies!) . . . but it turns out I couldn't let go of my mallet. Darn.I'm having so much fun, I think I could stay in New York forever! Wish you were here!

Love,

The Frog

13 comments:

  1. We'll get you my pretty ... and your little frog, too!

    Looking forward to seeing you next week! We're bringing the frog back to God's Country. That would be Iowa, of course!

    Aunt Carol

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  2. This is so cute!

    :)
    Flat Stanley, watch out for Frog!

    Margaret :)

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  3. And I get accused of not working????

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  4. Let me guess--his name is Croak-quet?

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  5. We are coming to rescue the frog and bring him back to Missouri!!!!

    Can we take him to THE VIEW with us next week?

    Mom

    (The purchaser of the frog.)

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  6. Lizzy, that's perfect!

    And Lisa, I'm not *bragging* I'm not editing. I'm just not editing. :-)

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  7. Can I be the frog for a day? He's having too much fun!!! I wanna have fun in NYC too!

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  8. Uncool Cheryl.....incredibly, astronomically uncool.

    He looks so miserable and lost in such a foreign environment. I weep to think that he has only had roughly 24 hours of true freedom in his life. That day....that one day...he will remember forever.

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  9. Now that I think about it, the frog should be named Croak Monsieur.

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  10. Oh my goodness! That's great! Love the pics and the froggy blogging. hee hee hee

    I'm glad Mr. Croak Quet (love that name lizzy) is having so much fun. Hopefully he won't have to leave!

    Good luck Cheryl!

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  11. You're such a happy lunatic, I love it...

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  12. By the way--Did Croak Quet Froggy ever try to visit with the pink elephant (or whatever it is!) the girl across from you in the F train is holding?

    ;)

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  13. this series of photos (most esp. the Brooklyn Bridge one) reminds me of Liz's collection featuring the Skeetch bobblehead. Did you ever see those?

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