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December 28, 2007

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leah

Um. Yes. I've got shivers every time I peek at that thing. {shudder} (Even though I did laugh at the part where you described your husband yelling too! :D)

Hope the pest control solves the problem!

Monica

Ok first of all, what a great way to tell a story. Second....OMG thats a HUGE spider. eeeeeeewwwwwww.

evalyn

yuck---spiders! Although I think you handled yourself well--good girl, getting that pic! Next time (and you know there will be a next time) try using hairspray if you don't have pesticide (I've used Bed Head Hard Head)--freezes them instantly!

Allie

I want to know what Matt yelled... "Marc asking"
Great story and very freaky!

Sarah Crawford

AAAAAAGHHHHH!!!! Okay, even the PICTURE of that thing gives me the CREEPS...and to think it actually ran over your hand and you didn't faint on the spot...VERY impressive. BLEH!!! Thank heavens for pest control guys. :) Oh, and I hear that Windex is also a good quick stand-in while you're waiting for the 'real' bug killer spray...

Kelly

oh man, oh man, oh man. Did you use a knife, a gun, a semi-automatic?!?! OH MAN! I would have lost my ever loving mind.

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