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Monster #82 – Hello Spring!


I like winter, spring, and fall. Summer I could skip. This is my so-far list of all the signs of spring I’ve seen. Yesterday it was 30F so the frogs were all silent. No doubt snuggled up in their beds with a cup of tea and a good book (maybe the Field Guide to North American Insects?)

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  1. And all the cute little monsters come out in the spring! I always have to giggle when I see nipples on your monsters. :D

    Oh, the frogs! The teeny tiny little frogs that make that chirpy noise. I miss them. When I first heard them I thought they must be crickets, until my brother-in-law told me they were Spring Peepers.

    And I had to look up skunk cabbage. Why, does it smell?

  2. Voz says:

    Yes! Peepers are the crickety-sounding ones. And they’re so cute. We also have wood frogs that make a more recognizably froggy noise. I’m sorry you don’t have Peepers in your backyard too. But you’ve got Hanami! Soon, right?

    And yes, skunk cabbage does smell. Its pollinated by flies (FULL of useless information, I am).

    Oh, and if you’re enjoying the monster nipples you’ll enjoy Monster #83 quite a bit I think.

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