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Tag Archives: bugs
Having got on top of the F episode, we now have another bugbear. No pun was unintentional, but it’s very apt. We now seem to be housing Mites. As to their full identity, the jury’s out on that one at … Continue reading
We are trying to get back to normal after MOH’s visit. Both of us have put on weight, which is not a good thing, and we are on our third treatment of the house. We are getting there, and have … Continue reading
Finals of both were played today, and we tuned in on the radio for the former, the latter result being announced shortly after kick off, so I know Djokovic beat Anderson in straight sets, 6 – 2, 6 – 2, … Continue reading
Well, I don’t know what this bug is that Hubby has kindly bestowed on me, but it sucks. I should be getting better, but judging by last night’s discomfort, that is obviously not the case and it’s going to take … Continue reading
It was inevitable. You can’t live in as close proximity as us and get away with it. Yep, Hubby has given it to me. I am rarely ill, but when something hits, it’s like a sledgehammer.
Funny thing about public lavs and shower blocks, they always seem to have an abundance of crane flies (daddy long legs) and spiders lurking in the shadows. As a child, I was never happy seeing these things, and any need … Continue reading
As I look out of our window into the back garden, I see a small cloud of gnats. The birds will be happy, but these flying pests get everywhere, and I hate it if they get indoors. At night, all … Continue reading