***10:30pm EDIT at the bottom***
My mom arrives tomorrow morning. So what am I doing today? Duh… if you know anything about me you know I’m cleaning!
So a few minutes ago I was cleaning the mirrors in the bathroom and saw a sight in the reflection of the mirror I was polishing so horrible, so hideous, that my skin crawled and my mouth went dry. So what did I do? I ran and got my camera of course!
***Let me just say before I show you that these pictures are not for the faint of heart, they will chill your blood, quicken your breath and still your heart!***
Oh and I have to say… those are 8 inch tiles!!! That sucker is over an inch long!
Need a closer look? Right at the top of it’s head… Notice the eye shine? It was big enough to have eye shine!!! ***SHUDDER***
Still haven’t had your fill? Well here you are!
Before you freak out please do remember that I have a fantastic zoom on my camera… I got close but I didn’t get THAT close… and yes I walloped it with a shoe and flushed it… I’m not usually sensitive about bugs but this was… evil!
So I’m off to finish cleaning… praying all the while that I do NOT meet any of this vile creatures progeny!
May your day be spider free!
Well it’s 10:30pm and I’m finished… I completed the last of my projects, washed the sheets from both beds and remade them, did about 6 loads of laundry, dishes, washed the dogs, dusted, vacuumed, mopped, cleaned both bathrooms, replaced all the burners in my candles, polished my silver tea set, scrubbed out the basement, and prepped everything for dinner tomorrow (so I can just throw it in the crock pot before I leave in the morning) Then when I thought I would keel over… I went outside. There I mowed both lawns, edged the front yard, weeded my garden, trimmed my shrubs and watered everything. After all that was finished I came in, took a shower, ate a quick dinner and here I am getting ready to read for 20 minutes and fall asleep.
All that and I only ended up meeting about 6 more spiders… uhg… must be the season!
See you in two weeks Xangaland! Take care!