It's a good life.
Swampy- Great to see your posting again. Terrific photo as usual. Cindi
I can't believe I'm sitting here finding a hairy spider adorable, but that it is!
Swampy! You're back - though I've continued to enjoy the otter. The spider is very cute. A dear friend just phoned from N. Carolina where she's traveling with her hubby. I told her about your blog and wonderful swamp postings - yet I realize I don't know what swamp it is. Is it the Great Dismal? If you'd rather not say publicly - you could email me :0) firstname.lastname@example.org
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
I can find beauty in many places that others cannot, but alas, I cannot find beauty in a jumping spider. Especially a furry one. I'd be rolling up a newspaper about now. Or I'd be frozen in fear and screaming for my husband depending on how big it was. How big is that spieder?
That was wrong.[Waiting for the pic to load. Expecting a human face . . .]
I have always loved jumping spiders, although I've not seen them as up close as this. Even from a distance with the naked eye, they're cute. I introduced them to my daughter when she was little as - fuzzy mandibles, and that name has remained.....
It's funny, I used to really dislike spiders, but lately I find myself catching them and putting them outside. This one is a cutie, though jumping spiders still unnerve me....
Hope it's just the business of the 'Spring thing' that has kept you from posting - though I do love that spider.
I love jumping spiders. They have such personality, IMO. I used to have one -- a beautiful whitish-grey one -- that lived in my office. When I worked on the computer, he would perch on top of the warm screen with his little legs dangling down and watch me. I would give him bread crumbs and other goodies. My fellow faculty persons thought I was weird, which I guess . . . guilty. ;-)Kathy in Kentucky
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