That was really funny, Sue. I suppose we need a real push to get rid of the stuff. If it means fewer spiders, well, maybe it's worth a try. :)Sue, forgive me for not mentioning your help on my blog. I can't remember things...I'm old. :) So far my photo enlarging is a one at a time deal. It's not a big deal though with Resize it.com. But as Janet says, there may be a left turn instead of three rights. I'm still laughing about your post. Funny, funny!!
love it love it - a m,ind that works like mine- I always pile it up to check its importance on a productive day like yesterday was..haha
great wordless wednesday...point taken...
That last photo is a dadgum good reason to de-clutter!! FUNNY!
OLOL! That's funny.
That's funny. I leave spider webs and dirt dauber nests on the front porch, and even have some resident spiders in the house. They catch the tiny little black gnats that can get in through the screens.I hope to never have a close encounter with a Brown Recluse though. The Black Widows have been good and stay outside.
Hi Sue,I need to show this article to my daughter. Her room is a nest. And she hates spiders. Good motitations.You are a funny lady! :)Rosey
LOL! Perfect and that explains the Wolf Spiders I see all over the place! gail
Lol, very good!Although the spiders also eat all the flies and other creepies hanging out in the house... So you do sorta need them ;)
Susan your filing system looks like mine. LOL.Good post.
If I tell the story here, will it no longer be wordless? LOL The "things" started out on the table, then, were put on a chair. When our daughter-in-law had supper with us Saturday, they got shoved onto the floor. Now, the article about spiders was something my husband cut out, and I don't even remember seeing it until I was thinking about picking some things up. Of course, I got sidetracked and the stuff is still there. Much of what was on the table belongs to my husband.As for my relationship with spiders, I leave them alone unless they are huge, like wolf spiders, and then, I pick them up through a paper towel or tissue and put them outside.Thanks for the comments!
What a fun post. I enlarged the photos and then sort of felt like a window peeker checking out your stuff. The newspaper article made me laugh out loud. Great sense of humor.
What is life wtihout a little clutter.....and maybe a spider or two. Great post.Prayers, Bo
Such a clever post, Sue. Made me feel less bad about my own clutter. Pamela x
You sure said a lot in these few pictures. Very clever post.
Very funny post Sue :)
Exactly what I was doing the last few days!
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