Monday, August 27, 2018


Because we are selling our house, each morning we go through a process of getting it all neat and clean for all the day's showings. One of the many tasks is to sweep out the vast and voluminous spiderwebs that form thickly around our back door and around the exterior light attached there.

Now if you are like me and do not like spiders so much, and don't like big, leggy, quick, scuttling, grey brown spiders so much, you might want to take this small piece of advice I have to offer you:

When using a broom to clear out thick, massive overhead spiderwebs, that amazingly were able to be constructed overnight, do not, I repeat, do not stand underneath.

 I'll be fine in a few months. Thank you.

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