Saturday, April 02, 2005

We interrupt your normal blog reading to bring you this breaking news!

The unwelcome house pest was discovered alive and well in my hallway last night.

Yes, in my hallway. And I promptly informed my personal Spiderbusting crew by telephone of this fact. It's in the hallway, yes in the hallway. What do you mean what's in the hallway?

I so need to get a new Spiderbustering crew. My father was promptly dispatched to come around, he was out for his walk so he didn't have as far to come so you would've thought it wouldn't have taken long but it felt like an eternity.

So after this event I have decided that I really need to get a vacumn cleaner with a longer hose, more insect spray and I am going to try this outdoor barrier spray and see if it prevents them coming in.
I've also decided to take the plunge and buy one of these things that plug in the power point and emit sonar waves or something that drive all manner of creepy crawly things away. I do believe they are quite expensive to buy but the peace of mind will be worth it.

Not that I get big spiders very often, this is only the third the entire time I've lived where I am currently, that's about 5 years now I think. Touch wood there will be no more.
But just in case what do you think of this ad-in-progress?

Essential requirements:
Not afraid of spiders, cute, semi intelligent and preferable single.
Please note if you are Matt Hardy an application is not necessary.
You can just come to my house and take up a live-in position.

Non-Essential requirements:
Ummmmmmm.......................Let's see.
If you offer a "Tea, Coffee or Me?" service you'll get a bonus.
In which case I hope you like chocolate cake. Because I do.

Until next time,
A bona fide non spider loving redhead and damn proud of it.

1 comment:

Cathy said...

Watch out Suzi. Those dratted 8 legged monsters always have a mate.
Just make sure you use surface spray and then you shouldn't need to worry.

As a new topic there may be a SnB group starting in Hobart. (Check the SnB site).