The ebbs and flows of a blessed gardener.
This was not an itsy-bitsy spider...he was as big as a penny! Can anyone ID him?
Oh my! Love your header photo.
Hi Lynn! Why did you do that? Now, I'll be afraid to go to my garden.... Those eyes!!!
Oh my goodness. What are you doing getting so intimate with that spider. Great pic.
Ekkkk! Look at those eyes. A face only a mother could love. LOL!
Oh ick, he's awfully fuzzy!I know, they eat bad bugs, but still....shudder!
I feel like I'm going to become Ron Weasley today.... On a different note.. I'm so intrigued by those big purple blooms! What are they?
http://www.google.com/search?q=wolf+spider+photos&sourceid=ie7&rls=com.microsoft:en-US&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&rlz=1I7ADRA_enI believe it is a wolf spider. The above web page gives lots of photos of various kinds. Yours is rather small yet. They get up to two inches in size. Their bite is painful but NOT poisonous. We have lots and lots of them. Holly at easylivingthehardway.blogspot.com
Spider! My little used to play spider but me never.Cassy from Rock Guitar Lessons
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