We’ve been having a few beautiful spring days here in NW Georgia (in between all the rain soaked days). Bradford pears, Red buds, Daffodils, Tulip Magnolias; are all blooming. Yesterday was probably one of the nicest days we’ve had so far. I was able to open the windows, let the fresh air in, and enjoy the sights and sounds of spring. The birds chirp and flirt around, stopping to feed, then rest on the oak tree out back. As I write this there is a bluebird perched on the branch just outside my kitchen window. (I wasn’t fast enough with the camera to get the picture, but it was the most beautiful shade of blue.) And then there are the frogs. I don’t know if there are more frogs this year than in years past; maybe it has something to do with all the rain we’ve had, or maybe it was the tadpoles that my daughter rescued last year and those that lived were released into the easement beside our house.
Last night we had a symphony of frogs serenading us. With the windows open, it was a reminder of all things spring. My husband, being the techie that he is, recorded it, and turned it into an mp3. For your enjoyment, the Frogs symphony.