Well, I have to admit, I did not get much work done today. Last night I took my pajamas out of my suitcase and there were three fire ants on them. It was late, dark outside & I was tired, so I squished those ants & went to bed. Flash forward to this morning. We decide it was best to take my bag outside & sort out the ant situation. Good thing we did! It was absolutely covered with fire ants!! They were in ALL of my clothes & all over my bag. Very carefully, armed with Raid, we exterminated the feisty critters. I managed to walk away with only one bite, but it was a good one. My entire ankle is sore! And, since Raid had at least lightly misted all of my clothes, it meant an early & thorough laundry day. I spent the rest of the day feeling completely creepy-crawly & inspecting myself & my surroundings regularly. Now I am going to bed and can’t help but wonder what I’ll wake up to tomorrow. Until then, Kel
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