Monday, September 9, 2013

Bad Ass Web

Is that not one bad-ass spider web? I took it from the screened-in porch. Luckily, Ms. Spider and her gourmet kitchen were on the other side.
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 So, I was mowing the side of the yard. The side that's hilly, rough, and wet--and yes you shouldn't mow when it's damp, but its been damp since spring--slipped and sat down unexpectedly. One moment I was on my feet, the next--bam--my hinnie was making contact with terra firma.  Aw, the joys of home ownership.

What about you? Were you industrious or did you go play? I vote for play.

12 comments:

  1. Nothing very exciting for us this weekend. Hubby mowed our lawn :)

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  2. I watched the neighbors work while I did some genealogy research

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  3. I always have cobwebs at my balcony too, never know how to get rid of them....

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  4. I did actually play this weekend, yes. Hardly got any work of any kind done.

    And I do think spiderwebs are beautiful, especially when they are int he sunlight. Though I prefer them outside and not in. :)

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  5. One big arse web indeed. Didn't fall on my butt at least this weekend lol

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  6. What an outstanding web! Now get a shot of the spider! Sorry you fell. Wish it was wet here - but it's fire season. Dry as a bone.

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  7. Hi Shelley,
    I trust he stayed on his feet.

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  8. Good for you, CJ. My sister in law is deep in genealogy. She's traced her sibs and herself to daughters and sons of the American revolution.

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  9. Hi Dez, Somehow I always manage to walk into them, which is a bit disgusting.

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  10. Hey Pat, Glad you stayed upright:)

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  11. Ooh, Julia, I hate to hear it. CA has some nasty fires.

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