Hopping . . . er . . . hoping for “O” stories voting

The Alphabet Challenge “O” Stories went live yesterday and the writers hope readers are hopping to the site, eager to jump into the stories.

If you are one such reader, and if you’ve not already done so — please read the stories and then cast a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge O-Stories” are HERE.<<<Link

Here are a few photos for you . . .

last night, rather late, I went outside for a moment, and I noticed this frog in the middle of the glass of our screen door . . .

I’m not sure what it was doing there. It’s not like there were many bugs hanging around the surface of the glass.

Regardless, I snapped a few photos. I’m not happy with any of them, but there were mosquitos buzzing around me, and I rushed.

The new Gallery for the reminder photos is HERE<<<Link. The photos are only slightly larger (30-50%) but the details are even better there than here.

I’m not linking other posts right now because, you know, if you have the time to look at other posts, you also have the time to read the stories. And if you’ve already read the stories and voted, take a few minutes to forward them to friends, family, and strangers. The writers will appreciate it.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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10 Responses to Hopping . . . er . . . hoping for “O” stories voting

  1. AnnMarie says:

    I’ve read all three “O” stories, but haven’t voted yet. . . so I guess I better “hop” to it!


  2. Aw, what a sweet visitor! Just seeing him makes me toadally hoppy! I will frog-go any more amphibian puns.

    I will read the stories over the next few days…then I will ponder them a bit…and then I will vote!

    We get more toads than frogs…and I leave the porch light on for them so they can eat at The Buggy Restaurant…open all night! Sometimes the next morning I find toad pooh on my porch.

    HUGS!!! :-)

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  3. You have to love those frog toes.
    Maybe it was auditioning for future position as Holiday decorations?


    • disperser says:

      Perhaps . . . but, if so, it’ll be a lonely ornament as we don’t decorate.

      Also, I don’t understand why your comments are going into moderation. Did you piss off some WordPress god or other?


  4. mvschulze says:

    The frog look like he’s half asleep. Maybe just content after eating a few hundred little bugs! You might wonder what HE was thinking with that big eye-like camera lens hovering nearby! Apparently not too concerned! M :-)


    • disperser says:

      No, he was moving around before I hit the light. Also, I noticed that he stopped and pulled in its legs when I came back out with the camera. And, if I backed up (I was using a macro lens, hence the shallow DOF) it would slowly move and then freeze again if I got close.

      So, he knew I was there, and its little heart was probably beating fast as he hoped I wasn’t French.

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