Tuesday, August 14, 2012

My Reason for NOT Getting Near the Trash Cans-

He (or She) wins. I will not be going anywhere near the trash cans until it decides to vacate it's position.

For those of you wondering-

-No, I will not/cannot just kill it.

-No, Sean will not/cannot kill it for me.

-A world of No to moving it by some device- we will not be getting anywhere near that close to it.

While much appreciated, the response to whatever your suggestion, is "No. Just, No."

There is nothing else to be done. We have no recourse, but to move out... immediately.

I just had to post this tonight. It is ironic (and I swear coincidental) that both Tammy and I posted about eggs today. Then, I noticed her post HERE with a picture very similar to this one about a garden spider near her compost pile. I took this picture a few days ago, but couldn't control the heebie-jeebies long enough to post about it. I just thought it was really funny that our posting ideas have been running along similar veins of late.

I guess farms of a feather blog together?
Sonja ♥


  1. Oh, it's a writing spider. When I was little, we used to cover our teeth and say if it saw your teeth, it would write your name in its web and kill you that night. We were such nuts!

    1. Oh, Great! I will have nightmares about THAT tonight and when I do, I may call you! That is one of the most disturbing images I have ever hear.

  2. It is so funny that we've posted about the same topics the past few days! I think we are birds of a feather! :)

    Hopefully your spider will vacate the premises soon. I waited a couple days to post my spider picture, too, because just like you it gave me the heebie-jeebies!

  3. Don't be skert! It is funny, I guess we wern't the only ones according to this website.

  4. Adam loves these particular spiders. They are garden spiders and hang out with the flowers. They are beautiful.
    I don't like them on me but at a distance they are pretty.