Yankee Belle

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Sweet Jesus Almighty.


I am not a nature fan mostly because of the insects that take up residence in it. So, I avoid many things that involve nature. I respect that fact that we need to coexist in order for our world to survive. However, I draw the line when those repulsive creatures enter my home. I stay out of your habitat - you stay out of mine.

Today, an arrogant ginormous spider decided to waltz thru my front door. YEs - the front. I quickly thought of K-Mom's intruder a while back and wondered if this was a relative. I had no time to take a picture for comparison. I grabbed one of hubby's size 27 shoes and proceeded to beat the living s-h-i-t out of it while screaming even worse obscenities. (It would have made for a great U-Tube moment.)

Why did God feel the need to create these creatures? Are there mosquitoes that big out there somewhere?! I may never leave the confines of my home again...

6 comments:

Kim said...

hahaha, that's hysterical!! i can just picture you now...to bad lola wasn't there! =P

Hill Family said...

Exact same thing happened here last night, except my spider didn't come in the door but because he was within 3 feet of it, I had hubby kill him anyway. I swear it was a small tarantula! I had never seen a spider that big before.

Poodlehead said...

I HATE when we have scary bugs in the house and hubby is out of town. One time I trapped it under a glass and it stayed there for 2 days until he got home.

K-Mom said...

Girl, if it was related to my spider, I'm surprised you're still alive. I would be dead from fright right now. Mine never crossed the threshold of death...it was outside.

Hang tough...the siege should be over soon. We just need a good freeze.

Anonymous said...

I remember being a little kid and seeing a roach and grabbing my Dad's "RightGuard" aerosol deodorant and spraying it til it flopped on its back and died. Take that, icky icky creepy crawlers!
~ Karla

Rona's Home Page said...

My hate for rodents is about as strong as yours for insects. lol

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