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“Haven’t I seen you somewhere before?”
These frogs are sold all over the place in Thailand as a handicraft/souvenir.
In fact, I bought one on my very first trip to Thailand in 2002. I have been back several times, and the frogs are still easily located in any “stuff” market.
Made from teak wood, the frogs come in a variety of sizes (from tiny to huge).
Did you know that younger teak trees have a lighter colored wood? I only learned that after many years of confusion looking at all different shades of teak furniture in Southeast Asia.
We bought our frog for use as a percussion instrument, and it definitely has kid appeal in that regard.
You can remove the stick from the frog’s mouth and use it to rub the back of the frog. The action produces a frog-like “croaking” sound.
The larger the frog, the deeper the sound.
They are very eye catching and always attract attention from visitors to our home.
Mystic Wonders, Inc. founder Fern Gunderson has learned:
Placing the frog facing your entrance improves prosperity.
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Feng Shui Frog Drum congrats Peter, comment #103 with a daily entry!