Jason and Amanda Joy Wells were thirty-something newlyweds who, two weeks after tying the knot in spring 2009, moved into their first home, a beautifully preserved 1949 one owner home filled with charming character (and lots of potential)...not to mention the giant workshop and all the fruiting trees and bushes in the back yard. This site is meant to document the evolution of this house into their home as well as all of the events, occasions and happenings in and around it.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Our Nighttime Visitor

Jason, the kids and I enjoy spending some time outside after dark...our budding garden is a whole different world when the sun goes down. Last night I saw a camel cricket eating one of the many tiny mushrooms that pop up in the plot and we are getting a sense of the territories of each of the toads...now there are four. Their names are: Black Jack, Jackson Robot, Jim Jimminy and Ramona Mona. This frog (Jim Jimminy) spends his evenings near the garden in front of the grate that goes underneath the house. It seems to be working for him...he's getting plump.

Click here to see a gallery of frogs native to Oklahoma.

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