by Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara
Our next-door neighbor called yesterday afternoon and said, “There is something on the outside wall of your house that you will want to see.”
My first question was “Is it alive?”
“Very much alive” was the answer.
So I headed out side to see whatever it was….
Yup, it is a tarantula.
Rachel’s first comment was “It is not coming inside.”
Since it was close to the window of our bedroom, we discussed whether tarantulas could get through glass. We decided they could not.
Beekeeper Brian put on a glove and was planning to hold it, but it got a little testy – picture all those hairy legs sticking straight up.
We left it alone.
About 2:30 in the next morning, Tucker started whining. I took him to the back door, but he didn’t need to go outside. I checked the weather, but no thunderstorm in sight.
We went back to bed.
I must confess, I did lay awake for a while wondering about the spider. But I soon fell back asleep and so did Tucker.
This morning the itsy bitsy spider was gone.
I’m not sure what is more disconcerting – seeing the spider one day or not seeing it the next.