Ok.. No one warned us about this season of bugs in Colorado. Granted, we've both been here about 5 years, but neither I nor he recalls anything to this extreme before. Locals say this is an unusually bad season- but dang! I am talking about lovely millers. We called them moths in the south, but I guess this is some different breed called millers. They're not here reproducing (thank goodness), nor making this their home; they are only momentarily passing through. Supposedly, they are 'migrating'. Traveling away from the warm weather towards the mountains. So, because of this- there is no repellent or anything that can be done to rid them! And you're probably sitting there thinking- "Ok, what's the big deal? Let them migrate..." NO! You must understand, even during the day time, doors cannot stay open long or they venture in. They're not only attracted to the light, but also to the dark. Nothing is more creepy than opening your shed doors and out fly hundreds (seriously) of nasty, brown creatures. Hubs calls it the bat cave- I call it disgusting. Luckily, Sariah gets a kick out of the pests. I can smack them away from the lights or walls her way and she chomps away at them. Perk: I don't have to vacuum or pick up their nasty little remains! So, wish us luck as we continue through this nasty welcome to summer... and feel lucky when you open doors and nothing flies at you!
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So, Buck and I refuse to rejoin Facebook, or MySpace- if boredom encourages me one day, I might blog about that! :) For compensation, here is the closest thing we will get to posting pictures and updates for the goings on of our life.
Let us be kind to one another, be aware of each other’s needs, and try to help in that regard."
There, in the temple, will we be able to grow closer together in our marriage - and to Christ.