Is it even possible to say how good it is to have her home?
I love how much these kids smile. Don't ever believe there isn't hope for the world!
Don't know if I show up in the background, but it looks like I have a pretty big smile too. I guess it is contagious.
Being creative college students, they wanted me to take a picture of them jumping into the air. The problem: digital shutter delay. You can see I didn't quite catch them in the air...
So we tried a few more times and never quite got it. This picture is pretty close, though.
If you took the trees out of the background, and removed the puddles of water, this would sort of look like a lunar landscape. Sort of.
This was actually pretty high and required a bit of bouldering to get there. I was impressed.
Christine and Matthew Koh get naturally high. The beer commercials lie. It does get better than that. But it doesn't get much better than this!
Oh wait, that's just Christine and Matthew again!
Frog eggs. Yep, that's what that little gelatinous mass just below the surface is. We could hear a very few spring peepers singing, so hard as it is to believe, some of them must've succesfully mated already this year. Nature is so fascinating--and resilient.
In the old days, we would see how many people we could stuff in a closet or a car or something like that. Today they were seeing how many people they could stuff in a hole in a rock.
Psychological studies show that overcrowding produces aggression, and this photo certainly seems to bear this out.
OK, I'm biased. But do they get any cuter than that?
As I have mentioned in a couple posts, they are not sleeping much. It is not surprsing, then, that they take any chance they get to take a nap.
Need I say more?