our first 100-comment post (thank you!)

you-sexy-beastA WAY TO GARDEN turns 5 months old this week, and as if to celebrate it reached a milestone: our first 100-comment post (about equal to the number of frogs who share the place with me). No-no surprise for me that it was the post about Garden No-No’s (aka The Complaint Dept.) that took the prize. Thanks to your generosity, we’re about to record our 3,000th comment over all…who will be the one?

  1. margaret says:

    Welcome, Shirley, and thank you for the good words (and ditto, Krys and Louise). Glad to have you here and hope you’ll visit (and comment) again soon.

  2. margaret says:

    @All of you: Doesn’t ANYBODY have ANYTHING to say about my latest (green) guy? Really, though, thanks for the good words.

  3. Andrew Ritchie says:

    He’s gorgeous. He’s a dreamboat. He’s a thief of hearts. I love your camera and its ‘eye’ – as well as all of its technical prowess. (What kind of camera is it again??)

  4. margaret says:

    Finally, somebody notices Mr. Bigstuff! Thanks, Andrew. Saves me getting Frogboy the psychotherapy he’d otherwise need if nobody said anything nice (he reads all my comments, you know; he’s a real geek).
    (P.S.–It’s a Nikon D40X, a digital SLR, probably shot w/the 70-300 in tow.)

  5. margaret says:

    No, Kathy, he doesn’t weed, but he is on slug duty and also catches (and eats) mice and even the occasional chimpunk. I kid you not.

    Welcome, Angela. Yes, I always think they are about to start laughing. Glad to have you here with us.

  6. Kathy says:

    Hi Margaret,

    Some girls get all the good ones! Good looking and close by. What more could a girl want? Does he weed?

    Congratulations on your blog. I look forward to it every day. The food fest has been great fun even for a non-cook like myself.

  7. Tammy says:

    Congratulations! I love your blog. Always interesting and informative. Why are your frogs always so colorful, mine must be toads.

  8. margaret says:

    Welcome, Dan…nice to “see” you after all these years. I enjoyed a visit to your site not long ago; the work is great as ever. Of course, I now shoot portraits myself. I specialize as you may have noticed in amphibians…is there much call for that work, and what should I be charging the frogboys, who I think are getting me way too cheap? Tee hee.

  9. andrea says:

    I am a sucker for hazel green eyes. And a guy with a healthy appetite. Great close-up.

    Congrats on this well earned and exciting milestone! Look forward to many, many more!

  10. margaret says:

    Thanks, Andrea, and yes indeed, Nancy, they do. I even took photos of said rodent sushi-eating. Grotesque, and fascinating. Nature. I couldn’t believe it and looked it up in reptile/amphibian guides and indeed, it’s true.

  11. Nancy says:

    Your frogboys eat mice and chipmunks? Really? Wow, I have some big ol’ bullfrogs around my pond but I never considered that they might eat rodents. Or maybe it’s just your frogboys, trying to impress you. Congrats on the success of your blog!

  12. Vicki says:

    Saw you on Martha today. Thanks for the intro to your site. No-no’s to share….. No man trash in the garden. No scalloped cement edge pieces.My frogs are so tiny I think they can only eat mosquitos, or ants.. Where do you get the ones that eat rodents? Have you pickled any green tomatoes? I have alot right now, and I was concidering pickling some of my mini pear tomatoes. Are they worth the effort? Vicki

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