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Covid Frogs

Frog Pond frogs in masks.

I'm glad we retain our sense of humor.

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Is my desktop - his bemused, sighing stare just seems to sum things up sometimes:

Frog Pond frog

And, yes, my desktop is usually that sparse - probably the one uncluttered space I have.

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Bemused? Don't think so. This is 'Frogs don't eat fish' look.

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To each his own (and I love this site) but that photo represents the worst of Boston weather: Few inches of snow and slush, narrowed paths/sidewalks, and dreary and gray. The way it is for months on end some years.

You couldn't take that photo in the August when Boston is awesome?

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It's harder to be bemused when everything is all green and stuff.

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There are real people out there with covid...blah blah blah.
I guarantee it.

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Guess who?

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If having an opinion about what someone else will say means I'm saying the same thing, I guess I'm guilty...

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Makes sense

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And you said fuck so I know you're hard core

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Why have I never seen these frogs? Where are they located? How long have they been there?

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The Frogs are at the Frog Pond on Boston Common. Not sure how long they've been there, but I imagine they've been lounging there for quite a while!

https://bostonfrogpond.com/

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They are inside the Tadpole Playground, so don't necessarily stand out amongst the play equipment if you don't know to look for them. There's quite a bit of frog art throughout the frog pond area, including the weather vane atop the Pavillion.

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They overlook the Frog Pond. There's another frog who welcomes kids from the top of the entrance to the playground.

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I don't have children so I never pay much attention to that area.
Those are some chill looking amphibians.

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and even a little smart sarcasm are signs of resiliency, intelligence and life. I, for one, couldn't survive during #45's reign and coronatime without Randy Rainbow.

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