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“It's a Chorus!”

Description from Elis Mom: Yet another toady pick. It has rained ALL DAY today, and the drainage ponds along the Tangerine Greenway are overflowing. As I was driving by this evening, it would seem there is a toady convention going on! Little ones all in the road(I tried hard not to hit any of them!), and they are ALL singing! So many voices! Deep barotones, sweet altos, and everything in between! I had to stop and listen for a while. I feel blessed!


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Measurements: 1mm hole/18 gauge

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Measurements: 0.6mm hole/22 gauge

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  1. OK Jacki
    OK Jacki says:

    This is gorgeous. Nature’s gifts are the best. Thanks for sharing!!

  2. Julie Shane
    Julie Shane says:

    WOW! I’m so mesmerized by your story that I almost forgot to look at the lovely greens and browns and hint of purple in your beads. Pretty!
    I can’t recall ever hearing toady or frogy songs. Maybe they don’t sing in Florida? Maybe I just missed them? I’m rather jealous of your rainy but fortunate day.

  3. foxhill designs vt
    foxhill designs vt says:

    Beautiful pick! The colors are so pretty and I love the GGS toads. During the summer, we love to listen to the peepers singing from the neighbors pond. A fav!

  4. Crazy Beader
    Crazy Beader says:

    These are toads in the twilight – - love the shades of purples and the tree frog ribbon ! Great pick – - -

  5. Asia
    Asia says:

    Love the story and the pick, great components :)

  6. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    Oh, Susie!! Love your story!! and this pick is divine!! You were blessed by all the peepers! :) There was a day last month that I happened upon a snapping turtle hatch. There were a bunch of little 2 to 3 inch hatchlings leaving someone’s yard and trying to get across the road to the lake. (why do the mother turtles cross the roade to lay their eggs??) I picked up as many as I could find and carried them across because I couldn’t bear the thought of any one of them becoming a meat pancake. :)

  7. MaryLou
    MaryLou says:

    Lucky you ! The pond with the musical frogs has long since dried up ! Maybe if we get a good rain they with be heard once more before winter !

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