How in the world does it get there, that phantom Spider?! Ugh. Are they like, ninja spiders? I detest, really, detest them.
So now that the rains have started and has gotten cooler, they are seeking in, into the warmth of the house. Let me tell you, I don't like spiders, nor do I like spider webs. And spiders getting into your house doesn't mean a dirty house.
We all got a cold. So I've tried not to expose our sick child to other children. So of course, that means, I've been at home much more and have had, somewhat more, time to clean. And I am one to dust and wipe, and dust. More than usual. Because first, it's nice to have a clean home, and second, I don't like the sight of webs. Anywhere.
It's too bad I can't get them all. Nor can I see them all.
Anyway, the only reason I'm writing this is because as I was thinking that I can't believe September's already coming to an end and that Thanksgiving is coming up, and I was just going to get a head start and share what I'm thankful for. Except, I was a bit confused and forgot that October happens to follow September. How could I forget about such an important month? It's our anniversary month! But that's OK. I will still share what I am thankful for!
I am really thankful for my husband who comes to my rescue and kills the spiders. He is Sir Spider Killer! What usually happens is, I freak out inside, run to my husband, and he, taking me really seriously, saves me. Because I can't. Unless he is not home. Then if it's a small one, and after my goosebumps have subsided, I smash the thing. If it's a freaky one? Well then, that's another story...
Anyway, I'm thankful they show up only once in awhile, because I don't know how I would survive!
So, I'm sorry, to the spiders, who are trying to survive this world. You're life is short lived in this house! I am not one to save and let out, outside.
I am a professional spider spotter.
For those that don't know me too well, don't read this too seriously.