Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie  and Tale Weaver



You may if you wish use this sentence as an opening:

“The day had started off so well.”


“The day had started off so well.  However, it did not last long,”  Croaker recalled.

“I was relaxing on my favorite Lily pad when my wife, Al-Gea, called me. “

“Croaker, I need you to go get some crickets for dinner.”

“I didn’t mind going, but she insisted I take our son’s Ribbit and Hopper with me because she needed to rest her bug eyes.”

“I reluctantly took them with me and as I suspected, they were full of mischief.”

“After I caught several large crickets, I looked around for Ribbit and Hopper and they were no where in sight.”

“I was so worried because there was a restaurant nearby that sold frog legs and would send an employee to pick up a basket of frogs from the pond shop.”

“I searched around the pond until exhausted, then suddenly, to my relief, I saw them playing by a huge patch of duckweed.”

 Copyright © 2016 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved


6 thoughts on “MISCHIEF

  1. Thank you! 🙂 When I hear frog legs it always reminds me of a cartoon I saw ….people in restaurant eating and they look down and see a frog sitting on a rolling platform with pity in its eyes. SAD!


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