This is SO NOT Cool!

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Ok. For those who have been around since the beginning, you know the skink problem I have.

Let’s now add snakes to that.

Oh yes. Snake.

This one to be exact.

He’s poking his head out of the bush…just watching me.

Now he’s lounging on the bush by my front door. I think he’s mocking me.

Perhaps this is why the skink was up at the top of the roof today.

In my mind I am thinking, “No God. I don’t do snakes. I don’t do skinks and I don’t do snakes. YOU made them. YOU keep them!”

And I started really looking at the skink. I’m hoping it just ate something and that it isn’t expecting babies any time soon. That is SO NOT cool.

I’m not sure why I don’t like snakes. Maybe it’s the whole Garden of Eden thing. I just don’t trust them. Or maybe it’s the story of Paul being bit by the viper. I don’t mind them living in the woods. I don’t mind looking at them up close at the zoo. I DO mind them in the front bush beside my door.

He’s still out there.

Where is my broom?


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This is SO NOT Cool! — 7 Comments

  1. HAHAHAHA!!! But think about it…. that snake is eating something…. rats… mice…. I’d rather have snakes than mice. Except that a month or so ago, I found a snake skin in the basement under a shelf. Not the snake. The skin. Boo.

  2. I am with you 100% I don’t even go in the yard when summer comes because we live in woods, and snakes and I don’t go together…..I don’t even watch on TV or go to a zoo because one might have escaped from its home….I have a major phobia of them…so sorry its was at your house because u would have dialed 911….that is for real….NOT LOL….

  3. Oh, poor Vicki!!!
    I was terribly afraid God was going to make me move to Kentuky a couple years ago and my biggest worry was the rattlers. It is a shame to miss all the other animals in the zoo, though. I love the little monkeys best myself.
    I had a fright two Falls ago when a bright brown, orange and white snake was on the patio under a folded up lounge chair. It was cold and we live in Michigan which only has one variety of sort of poisonous rattlesnake. Anyway, we carefully and quietly walked back home. I looked up what kind of snake it was ASAP at the library and found out it was just a milk snake.
    You might feel better too, klopex, if you find out if it’s a “harmless” type. It’s probably trying to eat the skink, so then you would just have one uncomfortable neighbor again!

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