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Re: Organizing and Stress Reduction? [Re: BLR] #391139
12/07/09 08:49 AM
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Hhmmm...
Maybe I'll stay right here ! smile


"The secret of success is constancy to purpose" - Benjamin Disraeli.
Re: Organizing and Stress Reduction? [Re: PDM] #391285
12/09/09 04:56 AM
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Snakes are your friends! Plus I bet they have snakes in England too smile It was just Ireland which drove out the snakes wink


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Re: Organizing and Stress Reduction? [Re: Lisa Shea] #391289
12/09/09 06:49 AM
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beneath the rim of the Colorad...
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I've had lots of encounters with rattlers and they really keep to their own business. People who get bitten are generally those who are interfering with the snakes, or hiking along not paying attention to where they put their hands and feet.

I like that the snakes eat vermin. That is their job. smile

I even have a few spiders in the ceiling corners of my home that I simply leave alone. I make a deal with them. I say to them, "stay up there and eat pesky insects, and you are welcome to stay."

It seems to work just fine. I like the idea of having a small ecosystem in my abode. smile


Jilly

Re: Organizing and Stress Reduction? [Re: jilly] #391689
12/16/09 11:56 PM
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I quess the cats under my house are also part of my ecosystem. I bet they do a fantastic job of keeping vermin from setting up house.

This home was abandoned since April - you'd think there would have been rodent droppings or evidence of small critters inside. but nothing.

So it's neat, i have my spiders eating the insects and the cats keeping out mice and rats.

I should think about how else to make my home like an ecosystem.


Jilly

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