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April 26, 2004

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Cop Car

Now I have to go look it up. (You just wanted to see if you could get me out of this chair, didn't you?)

bogie

Don't want you to start getting to lazy just days before you retire - LOL

Buffy

We are blessed with the everyday Midwest garden variety of spiders. I would have gone Ewwwwwwwwww....and made DH collect it! I guess it's a good thing our clothes get left in baskets in the bathroom at night. I'll keep in mind using a sock as a weapon in the future! *G*

Buffy

We are blessed with the everyday Midwest garden variety of spiders. I would have gone Ewwwwwwwwww....and made DH collect it! I guess it's a good thing our clothes get left in baskets in the bathroom at night. I'll keep in mind using a sock as a weapon in the future! *G*

MaryAnn


Being the "spider-challenged" person that I cannot seem to overcome, (I do MUCH better with spindly or small ones now, however) that shirt woulda been nicely tucked up and given a decent fare-thee-well. (Truly, tho, I run around the house screaming, "killit!killit!killit!")...makes my mother-in-law with Parkinson's Disease get some of the best laughs of the year, never mind feeling like she can do something I CAN'T do...how's THAT for rationalization??? LOL!

MaryAnn

I forgot to mention that SHE'S the one that has to "killit!" when it's just she and I at home- frankly, it ALL depends on the appearance of the spider. When it's me and my granddaughter, WHOLE 'NOTHER STORY. That's when you teach them that they're not scary. NO MATTER how scary they are. Nice segue into Thunderstorms...!

bogie

MaryAnne - I can vividly imagine you running around yelling KILLIT! Gave me a good laugh for the day!

Buffy - Socks are a great weapon against almost anything except dogs - dogs just love stinky things period!

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