Love is in the air

God is not-so-subtly telling me that we need to have “the talk” soon with Reagan. We went to the zoo today and the only animals that were out were fish and mating frogs. I kid you not.

There’s a smaller frog on the back of Big Mama. He’s camouflaged pretty well.

So, those last ones are technically newts. But, geez! How many times can we say, “oh yes, they’re playing leap frog!” Love was definitely in the air. Or the zoo sprayed some kind of amphibian love pheromone in the tanks to get things started. Ahem. Maybe their frog population was dwindling. After today I can guarantee there will be new hatchlings very soon.

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2 thoughts on “Love is in the air

  1. Dear Vicki

    I am seeking true stories from people who have had an encounter with God that shows His wonderful sense of humour. Eventually I would like to publish the stories in book form, with all profits going to Open Doors and Bible Society Australia.

    With this in mind, I was wondering if you had a story (or two) that you would like to submit to the book.

    I am endeavouring to reach as many Christians I can with the purpose of obtaining wonderful stories of personal, humorous encounters with God, and eventually printing this book, to encourage those who are going through difficulty, and to lift people’s spirits.

    My purpose is not superficial. After going through some serious difficulties myself in recent years, one humorous experience I had with God not only showed me that he knew my pain and suffering, but his joke raised my spirits and took my focus from my difficulties. This, for me, was the beginning of the healing process.

    I have been a volunteer radio presenter on the local Christian radio station in Gladstone, Central Queensland, Australia for over eleven years.

    I have been involved in various other Christian activities and groups including a Christian singles social group I started around 12 years ago with the express purpose of helping single Christian people who feel isolated and have difficulty finding a place where they can meet others socially and feel accepted.

    If you would like further information, I would be delighted to hear from you.

    Vicki Nunn
    48 Cockatoo Drive
    New Auckland Qld 4680
    Australia

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