>birds: yes; bugs: no

June 9, 2008 § 6 Comments

>Enemy update: The roach is trapped in my bathroom. This means that I had to waddle to Starbucks in order to pee. My sister won’t be home until late and I’m hoping she will have the stamina to “take care” of the situation.

In order to avoid my apartment, I made myself at home at the Himalaya Tea House. A baby bird hopped into the restaurant and wouldn’t leave. My day is turning out to be so nature-oriented.

Through Tammie’s blog, I found this amazing blog idea that I wish was mine.

Polarchip is in town! Reunion! It’s visiting season. This week: my sister, Miriam L, polarchip, and my parents.

Almost finished reading: The Boy by Naeem Murr.
Willing to trade: Cornelius for a bug-eating cat (just until summer’s over).


§ 6 Responses to >birds: yes; bugs: no

  • Anonymous says:

    >time to invest in a roach hotel. love, dad

  • Anonymous says:

    >or a can of raid. love, dad

  • Gili says:

    >the traps had already been out and I had bleached the kitchen. I think it’s hard to control the bug infestation in a big building. unsurprisingly, when k returned to my apartment last night, my little evil friend had disappeared. so fun to live on the edge!

  • Anonymous says:

    >we always keep a can of raid ant & roach on hand for the unpredictable need for an emergency assassination event. of course, that would leave you with the problem of handling the corpse. we all know in florida which species are most likely to endure. love, dad

  • Tammie says:

    >The originator of the People Reading site encourages people to start similar sites where they live, and then link all the sites together. I’ve toyed with the idea of starting one here in Gainesville but other than in my own neighborhood, I don’t really travel by foot too often. So if I were to find random people reading I would no doubt have to park my car before running back to them and taking their picture/getting the story, all the while dragging my child along. It might be slightly hard.

  • >but i never saw you at mocca! what happened? 😦

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