Today’s post is written by a guest author, Freddy.

I gotta tell you, I was living the good life there for a while. I had a roof over my head, a nice swimming pool, and plenty of peace and quiet. I had no rent and no worries.

All that came abruptly to an end today. All of a sudden it got blindingly bright. I was awake in an instant. I was out in the sunlight. It was hot and scary. ACKKKKK!

I was hanging on for dear life, when all of a sudden something BIG started chasing me around the pool. I managed to climb on to the ladder to the diving board.

I heard voices, but I couldn’t make out what they were saying. It sounded like “now we’ll have to drain the tub” or something like that. Next thing I know, some metal mesh thing was scooping me out of my happy home, and I was unceremoniously dropped out on the grass.

That’s ok. It was fun while it lasted. But I know how to get back in, and I don’t need a key either. I think I saw Them putting fresh water in the swimming pool. Oh joy! A place like that is hard to find – I think I’ll be back!!!

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9 Responses to Evicted

  1. Ha ha, We’re thinking of putting in a pond for fish and frogs. No idea when that will happen though.

  2. LOL! Reminds me of when we had a pool, and Mr. Granny opened the skimmer basket one day and came eye to eye with our resident (large) garden toad! Mr. Granny has a fear of frogs, and cleaning the pool became my job from that day on. That pool cleaning, on top of all my other house/yard/garden/pets and kids duties, was the main reason we sold that house!

    • Villager says:

      I’m surprised it didn’t COOK in that water! I had the temp set low, but in the summer it tends to get hot just from the sun heating it up.

  3. Shawn Ann says:

    Cute! You should move him to the garden to eat all the bugs!

  4. Momma_S says:

    Ha! Love it! He is too cuuute!

  5. Meredith says:

    Oh, adorable, that you let Freddy write his very own guest post! I really enjoyed this, Villager, and I’m sure happy you managed to rescue this little guy. 🙂

  6. How adorable! Apparently, now you need to build a pond! As we discovered with our last pond…if you build it, they (frogs, toads, herons, ducklings…) will come!

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