Friday, September 4, 2009

September is Spider Month

September is spider month.
With Global Warming, October will be, too.
Those of you who have kept up with this blog, might remember my adventures with spiders at the library's Information Desk last year. If you don't, click here to revisit and here.

Don't expect a picture with THIS blogpost. I can hardly bear to go into the 500s in the spider section to weed books. yuck.

Anywho, I just checked the position of the Children's Info Desk. And moved it a couple of more inches thisaway -- to make sure that I'll be sitting in the space between the lights -- not under the lights. Spiders drop from those lights all month long. Now, in order for them to get me, they'll have to drop a strand of web, then get it swinging in my direction.

No. Don't tell me that simply by getting up to help people find material, I'll start a breeze that will help them swing. Nooooooo!

1 comment:

laurasalas said...

Eeew. We have spiders on the porch--icky ones with pointed legs and knee joints. Gross. Randy sprayed them yesterday because they bothered him even more than me! We try not to mess with animals outside much, but they gotta stay off the porch!

Wishing you a spider-free month!