Thursday, 28 November 2019

Frog Blog

Sometimes I just crave a bit of innocent and straightforward fun. The promise of an exhibition of Quentin Blake's drawings and 10 huge frogs inspired by his "The Story of the Dancing Frog" fulfilled that craving rather nicely.  Perhaps I was the oldest kid there by about 50 years, and maybe I only whooped with joy inwardly at the corny play on words or resisted the urge to climb upon them knowing that it might be a tad unbecoming at my age. What I am sure of though is that I enjoyed it as much as any of the small people there!!

M C Hopster


Kenny Froggers


Margot Frogteyn


Charlie Stone


Riverdancer

Sam Badansa


Lily del Pond


Tad Pole Disco King


Lyn D. Hop


Frog Astaire


What a break from the more usual Christmas themed events to entice the families to visit....NT's Nymans gardens in West Sussex.

Arilx

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    1. A little bit of amusement goes a long way at this time of year!
      Arilx

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  2. If one of those was in my garden I would smile every time I looked at it

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