Friday, October 7, 2016

Not much

Time flying. Not much happening here. I'm trying to work on Julia some more. DH took a couple days off to go to AR for a funeral in the family. He's back home and back to working nights. My days and nights are so messed up. I am a literal rag. 
 Looks big? In reality is only about a 2.5" leg span. He was on the ceiling the other day.
 See? I told you, nothing big happening big around here. Seems I am stuck in Same old Same old here. Maybe that's a good thing.
Have a great weekend!

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  1. I hat spiders, but I leave the big daddy alone...usually.

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    1. I generally leave them be, but not in my bedroom. Hunting season is always open in here!

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  2. spidey does look big. sorry for your upside down days/nights - both of you.

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    1. I wonder who is going to break first - DH or me?

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  3. Same old, same old is not a bad spot to be in from time to time. Life gets so busy for me I really cherish those same old moments. :) - Nope. Nope and nope on the spider. I know they're supposed to be "good" spiders but nope. I don't know of ANY "good" spiders.

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    1. I'm curious (also barely awake) but, do you know what a "good" spider does?

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  4. These spiders seem to like our house. Hard for me to kill them, in fact I never do, just sweep the down. They are lucky I don't see as well as I used to.

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    1. I had a small one, it lived under my bathroom scale for the longest. I don't like it when they get big enough that head and teeth are evident.

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  5. A daddy-long-legs! I'm always amused by their knees, they appear to have hinges.

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    1. I thought the spiders with the big fat body and those legs were the "Daddy Long Legs" - those daddies bite for sure!

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    2. Have you been bitten? The daddy-long-legs is one of the most venomous spiders in the world, but harmless because the mouth and fangs are so tiny they cannot penetrate human skin.

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    3. River, no, I actually took someone's word for it. I guess I'm real gullible.

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  6. Same old is often very welcome in my world. I appreciate the calm.

    As for spiders...I don't hate them but I don't allow them to reside in my house. I prefer my house guests to be of the human variety, canine variety, or feline variety. I have a posted sign that says NO ARACHNIDS permitted. With that in mind if I see an occasional transient spider, I scoop him/her up and they are relocated to the great outdoors.

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  7. This spider made me wonder... why would I be scared out of my wits if this were a big thick black hairy legged spider .... but since it is skinny and grayish I'm not nearly afraid of it. ?? I do hate spiders of all kinds though... I believe the fear is handed down from past generations. Spiders are not welcomed in my home. Hope you are having a good weekend...

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    1. I think our mothers or some family member instilled the fear when we were little. They passed it to us and we passed it on down.

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  8. Since it cool down the spiders seem to be moving into our place.
    Coffee is on

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    1. Yep, lots of critters want to come inside. A few nights ago, I had a line up of crickets just waiting for me to open the door!

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