900 Followers…Welcome Little Literature

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I’ve been looking for my #900 Follower.    The honors go to  littleliteraturekc.    I don’t know anything else about this person except that they write great poetry!     Have a peek, its like popcorn reading this collection,—ya can’t stop at just one.

 

 

 

 

20 thoughts on “900 Followers…Welcome Little Literature

    1. I was waiting for the 900th to sign on. I have to sort of limit additions because I want to acknowledge commenters and it is impossible to pay justice to it. My “inner circle” so to speak (you and a relative handful of others) I try to keep manageable and in touch.

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      1. You’ve got me pegged! I tangled with a web on the deck this morning as I moved plants back outside after our non-hurricane. I was still spluttering when John came out. He knows to commiserate with me before laughing.

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      2. One got my daughter when she was on her way over to my house from next door. The beasties seem to be working overtime building these giant creations. Truly remarkable. I actually yelled at one on the back deck “what did I tell you about building that web where I’m walking?” strange I suppose

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      3. while putting the umbrella back on my deck after painting I accidentally disconnected part of the lattice at the side. This really annoyed the giant spider which was working furiously on her infrastructure. I swear she is as big as a grape! yikes

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      4. I don’t actually interact with spiders or other wild creatures…they don’t bother me I don’t bother them. Yes, the spiders are potentially lethal. My 13-year-old great granddaughter has taken to encasing insects etc in resin…they are dead before being enshrined for eternity.

        Rest assured that the close-up spiders in my photos are taken through magnifying lenses. Actually it isn’t the spiders themselves that fascinate me….it is their intricate webs.

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      5. Thank you! I work hard to get a web to show up in a photo, and if the spider is present is immaterial to the photo. Spiders always look as if they are angry, maybe because they work so hard and people just want to knock their web down. I don’t appreciate wearing a big web that is invisible until it gets me. An aside…did you like the goldenrod bug?

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      6. I have found that a paper cup works as a trap for critters, including spiders, the trick is keeping it in the cup until it is outside. Even I wouldn’t actually touch a spider on purpose.

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