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This little fellow re-homed when she came in
with a Mothers Day bouquet from our son.
I photographed it and didn't say anything.
The the next day my wife asked me
if I saw the spider on the tulips.
I love that she doesn't freak out over a teeny tiny spider.
We kept track of it everyday to see what it was up to.
No we didn't name it Waldo...
It stayed until the flowers were gone and since it was a great house guest
It got a ride out to the garden before the flowers went to the compost.
A little everyday thing but we kind of miss it.

Everyday Things

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larose forest photos22-May-2022 21:40
It is a pretty little thing and so glad you allowed her to stay. We have lots of spiders inside the house, all welcome! V
Gill Kopy22-May-2022 03:57
Makes me feel so guilty for brutally crushing spiders around the house :( Love your shot V
Jola Dziubinska21-May-2022 23:39
Sweet story and I appreciate you treated your tiny guest with respect. V.
cits_4_pets21-May-2022 23:05
Lovely capture and such a nice heartfelt story. V
Neil Marcus21-May-2022 21:28
A lovely experience you both had. I like the picture of it climbing over the ridge
Walter Otto Koenig21-May-2022 19:24
Great story with a good ending. Like your photo too.
Liz Bickel21-May-2022 19:19
You're as "nuts" (meant in a good way) as I am. I probably would have done the same. He was protecting your bouquet from other insects that could cause problems.
Tom Munson21-May-2022 19:11
Nice shot, John. I do the same when I have one in the house. They get relocated.