Friday’s Hunt

Friday’s Hunt can be found over at Eden Hills.  How about joining in the fun? Click here to learn more about it.

The prompts for this week are:

  1. Starts with A.
  2. Sunset
  3. Inside

Starts with A:


Sign at Brazos Bend State Park ©2004-2017 Suzanne G. McClendon


I found this sunset picture in my Blogger picture archives.  I cannot find the post that I used it in.  At this point, I do not know if I took this picture or if it belongs to someone else.  So, if it does belong to someone else that I should be crediting here, I’m sorry!





Vivaldi (inside the house) ©2017 Suzanne G. McClendon

Please be sure to hop on over to Eden Hills to learn more about this fun sharing adventure. 🙂

Have a blessed weekend, y’all!

About Suzanne Gunter McClendon

I am a South Carolina native, but have been living on the Texas Gulf Coast for 14 years now. David and I have been married for 34 years. Our children are grown. Some are here at home, others are out in the big world doing their "thing". I enjoy genealogy, reading, writing, photography, digital art, fiber arts, cooking and much, much more.
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12 Responses to Friday’s Hunt

  1. Jim says:

    Our SIL plays golf at Sunnybrook Meadows in Cinco Ranch, Katy, Texas and there are several alligators at the ponds there. The day I played there were two laying near ponds sunning. Pretty sunset.

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  2. …thanks but I’ll pass on the alligators, the sunset is another matter though. Cute little tree frog, isn’t it noisy inside?

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    • Thank you. 🙂 No, I have never heard him/her make any sounds at all, other than the sound its feet make when it hops from one surface to the next. Of course, when I was the chosen surface, I made a noise. I wasn’t expecting to get hopped on. haha

      Have a blessed night.


  3. Teresa says:

    You won’t catch me trying to feed an alligator! The sunset is stunning. Cute photo of Vivaldi. 🙂 Thanks so much for joining Friday’s Hunt. Have a great rest of the week!

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    • I wouldn’t try to feed them either, although I did almost do just that inadvertently one time at that park. My foot was right at the mouth of one of them and I didn’t even know it.
      Thank you in regards to the sunset and Vivaldi. He/she is such a sweet little froggy. 🙂
      Thanks for having the Friday’s Hunt. I look forward to it every week.
      I hope that you have a blessed rest of the week, too, Teresa. 🙂


  4. scotiaspinner says:

    Wow! Alligators! That is definitely not something we have living up here. I do not think they would make it through the winter. I guess that is one advantage to living in a colder climate! Vivaldi is so cute – I just love that picture and his vivid green colour is so cheery.

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    • The park where I took that picture has thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of alligators. My dream photo would be of one with its mouth open, but I’m nowhere near brave enough to try for that shot anymore. 🙂

      Thank you! I love my little Vivaldi. For the longest time, we weren’t sure of this froggie’s gender, but we think we have determined Vivaldi to be a girl. Our daughter looked up tree frogs and the site said that girl frogs were mute. We have never, ever heard a peep out of Vivaldi, though she opens her mouth like she’s trying to talk. She changes colors, too, depending on what she’s sitting on. 🙂
      Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed weekend!


      • scotiaspinner says:

        Sorry for mistaking Vivaldi’s gender! I learned something new today – I had no idea that female frogs didn’t make any noise. Fascinating! Nature never ceases to amaze me. Vivaldi is just lovely and she must be fascinating to watch.

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        • You don’t need to be sorry. We didn’t have a clue of the gender either until our daughter found the article about the girls being mute a day or so ago. Most of the time I called Vivaldi “him”. I’m having to retrain myself to say “her”. haha

          Thank you. 🙂 She is great fun to watch. She is a great hopper and I’ve learned not to squeal when she chooses to hop on me. 🙂

          Have a blessed weekend.


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