One of my daughters (who shall remain nameless ha ha) can not even look at a picture of a bear, much less the real thing. So, one time I bought her a bear bookmark. I'm such a sweet mommy.
You are wondering how I got off on this scary subject? Well, this morning I opened the apartment door to set my garbage out beside it (they pick it up at your door, folks. How cool is that?).
As I turned to go back in the apartment I saw something out of the corner of my eye. A leaf stuck to my front window screen? After all we did have a bad rain/wind storm yesterday evening so anything flying through the air could have landed there. Nope... it was a BAT... yep, that's what I said, a bat.
Of course, I ran and got my camera. How often are you up close and personal with a dang bat? So, I posted it on facebook and my granddaughter (who shall also remain nameless) sent a comment that she had no comment... only goose bumps. She's as afraid of bats as her mother is of bears.
Now, if I see a snake up on this third floor... or a bear. I am checking outta this place!
I think all kinds of critters like these should be behind a fence. What do you think?
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