Sunday, February 15, 2009

Itsy Bitsy Spider


"Itsy Bitsy Spider"
My home office curtains
West Odessa, Texas


Is any spider really itsy bitsy?

Regardless of size, this one and I have decided to live together peacefully on one condition: that it stays on that side of the curtain. For a few weeks now, it has complied.

7 comments:

D.C. Confidential said...

You're awfully generous. Spiders and snakes should never be on the inside. They should all live outside. Just sayin...

The Finely Tuned Woman said...

You're kind to let it live there. I would have moved it to a far meadow by now. It's kind of big, isn't it? And hairy?

Frances said...

not for my daughter - the only fear found so far is spiders - irrational, she says. Whatever the size, they are enormous and have too many legs

The Artful Eye said...

I have had similiar agreements with spiders, they never kept their promise. I'd give some another chance.

Bobbie said...

Just make sure there is no red spot on it's belly...lol! Spiders are good actually, they eat a lot of insects. I catch and release all at my house.

John said...

This is a remarkable pic- truly beautiful.

There was this other pic of a vine coming into the room.

Hugely impressed.

Bev said...

It looks quite at home, and even has a habitat of embroidered flowers :)

It looks quite fat, think of all the houseflies it could be catching for you, not that I'm saying there are flies in your house:0)