Tuesday, March 17, 2009


It's good to know I'm not the only one who's had a nasty run-in with an arachnid or two. It's good to know you're not too self-conscious to share them, either! It makes me wonder, though - do I have any gentlemen readers, besides Jim? De-lurk, boys, and share your tales of fear or valiance in the face of spider threats.

Anyway ... the warmer weather and the end of the quarter have combined to turn my brain into fluff. I have a presentation tomorrow afternoon - the poster is done, but I haven't sketched out what I'm going to say. Still, I can't seem to get anxious about it. I have a paper to finish and I'm not worried about it. Apparently I have finally contracted senioritis. I really just want to take a nap in the sun at this point.


Sheena said...

Oh the days of senioritis!!! I think I contracted that disease my the first day of my sophomore year.

Thanks for the kind comment on my blog. My nutritionist appt. went really well, so i will be writing about that this evening.

Oh and I LOVE your letter to "Dear Anorexia" though I don't know if I would refer to him as "dear", lol.

Take Care!

brie said...

kay so i know i'm late on arachnid sharing time but i wanted to tell you that you are not alone in your fear.

i no longer use loofahs (you know those ball/sponge things people use in the shower) and there was a spider living in there and when i rubbed it all over my body it got all soapy and was slithering down my boobies and it was trying to run away and it was like dying on me and i started screaming and screaming and i jumped out of the shower without washing out my conditioner and brandon got it off and i swear i didn't shower for like a week and i have sworn off loofahs ever since. i use my hands. my trusty, trusty hands. they're easier to scope for spiders, you see.