THE STORY OF ONE FAMILY'S JOURNEY WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CELIAC DISEASE.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Knock. Knock.

"HEY!  I'll get the....."

"Why would you put that there? It looks so real."



"What?  What are you...."

Looking down.  

"OH MY GOSH!"  

*Slams door in neighbor's face*  

"RUN!  It's not fake!"


She ran across the street.
I grabbed my camera, and went outside through the garage.


Then there was a little drama that involved two mamas, 
one husband, a host of neighborhood kids, 
a shovel and a bee-bee gun.


And that's the story of the day I had a baby rattlesnake on my doorstep.

Now I really need to go finish making dinner!

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11 comments:

  1. Yup, you make snow look pretty good. I'll stay in NH.

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  2. Oh wow!!! I would have freaked!!! We've had snakes before in our yard and on our patio...but just small king snakes. Yikes!!!!

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  3. Okay, I'm starting to re-think a visit to my brother in AZ! Didn't you just have coyotes a week or so ago??

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  4. That well deserves an OMG! You are way braver than I am to have gone outside for photos. I have freaked out just finding a harmless little lizard in my house.

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  5. AH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I've only found scorpions since living here. No rattlers yet.

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  6. Yikes!
    Not sure if I'll trade the snow for a snake!!! ;)

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  7. why oh why did i read this just before going to bed? EEeeeekkkk!

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  8. Can I just say . . . .Aaaaaahhhhhhhm, you are going to give me NIGHTMARES!!!!!! (But I still love you to pieces . . . . )

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