Verily, verily, I say unto her, "I shall leave that spider web alone."
It's outdoors. It is in no one's way. It does no one harm.
The Mama thinks otherwise about spider webs. And, if she had seen this one, she would've given me grief. Verily, she would have.
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A very lacy spider web. At first glance I thought the mirror was broken. I also see you with camera in the mirror. HaReplyDelete
Interesting spider web! I would probably leave it alone, too!ReplyDelete
The spider web was quite overactive, wasn't it. :-)Delete
Ugh! I am not a fan of spiders. But I would have left that web alone.ReplyDelete
hmmm-It is too eerie for me and creepy. I would be thinking a big black hairy spider would be crawling outside the window trying to get in and stab me with it's pinchers so I would get my hubby to take it off and spray around the car-total freak out for meReplyDelete
I never thought of that. I'm okay about spiders, but not when they're all of a sudden in my face.Delete
I'm with you about spiders and their webs, however, that one could be troublesome. Perhaps a word with its manufacturer on relocating?ReplyDelete
I wonder what I could negotiate with.Delete
Perhaps a nice spot in a corner of the windshield, on the sunny side of the car.Delete
I so relate! We have spiders who like to weave webs from the deck post to the car, or hitchhike on the car.ReplyDelete
The web eventually "melted" away, but another is growing. I wonder if it's the same spider.Delete