Thursday, July 26, 2007

Froggy birthday to me, froggy birthday to me...

...Yes, the 25th July was my birthday and I am now in double figures. Ahh I remember the days when I was just a tadpole in a very big pond and owning my own lilypad was a distant dream. Since then of course I have acquired a world-wide legion (or is that a lesion?) of fans and have, thus far, never had to experience something the humans call a 'bath'. I used to be a care free tadpole with no worries or commitments. Now I am just a 10 year old frog (10 in human years, that is) with no worries, commitments, sense of restraint, decorum, dodgy diseases that involve pustules or scabby bits nor am I shackled to anything. No mortgage to tie this amphibian down, although the humans are in the process of buying a new lilypad for me. I'm worth it!

Free spirit, that's me. Vodka, whiskey, gin. It the spirit is free then count me in.





I just looked at my passport on the page with the photographic i.d. Blooming hell I look young!




Right. I must hop. Somewhere out there is a bottle of jollop with my name of it.

Kerm

XXXX

ps: Send all gifts etc c/o Lilypad 101...

2 comments:

the naked financier said...

By the looks of the weather you are having in Blighty looks like its a good job you have flippers. When you say you are moving house does that mean that the house floated away to a new location?

Anne said...

Hey Kermit, HAPPY BIRTHDAY....
I hope that all is well with you and the human couple. All is well in Sydney..yes I am still here but intending to get back to Tassie about Christmas time. Enjoying the cool weather here at the moment...just like home, although all the locals are complaining bitterly. This is the coldest winter they have had in about twenty years... they don't realise that hey this is winter and this is what happens ... it gets cold. The snow fields are loving it. Can't believe that it is over twelve months since we had those cocktails with you. Anyway I do look forward to these blogs although I don't often put in comments. Keep them coming.
Anne