Well, I’ve got a bit of a situation here.

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Somewhere beneath the surface of this sudsy water is a large, hairy and apparently quite clumsy spider. I was washing up and discovered him snoozing under one of the breakfast dishes. There was a minor commotion, and in the confusion he ran across the draining board and actually appeared to trip over the edge into the sink. I didn’t even know spiders could fall off the edge of things! Don’t they have some kind of sticking-to-things power in their hairy little feet?

Anyway. He’s in there. Probably lifeless, but who knows (maybe spiders can hold their breath for freakishly long periods! Do spiders even breathe? I have so many questions and no entomologist on call!). I’m certainly not putting my hand in there to fish him out or to pull the plug. I guess I’ll just have to wait for my husband to get home. Now I need to decide whether I tell him about the spider, or just ask him if he’d mind finishing the dishes for me and let the situation unfold?

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2 thoughts on “Well, I’ve got a bit of a situation here.

    1. Update: I ended up fishing him out with a spoon. Turns out spiders don’t have underwater survival skills. Let’s just say he was a little worse for wear and wasn’t much help with the dishes. I was a bit sad really. I kind of felt like such an uncoordinated creature had to be a kindred spirit of mine.

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