Once Upon a Time
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Once Upon a Time

Shortsighted

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Once upon a time, a toad was feeling very guilty about a past indiscretion.

Guilt can be a cruel serpent best left for devotees of Dostoevksy.



The toad took a hop in the woods to clear its head and find some solace in spring.



The toad never came back.



The moral - You can be eaten up by guilt.
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Ally

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Great story, wonderful pics. I am not a huge fan of either creature though. Will jump on the sight of a snake...
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I love snakes and toads - looking forward to much warmer weather and seeing both at Erindale Park out here in Mississauga.
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