Salad with Sausages, Peppers, Lemon and Potatoes; the update — 5 Comments

  1. Generally I’m not allowed to kill spiders as they eat smaller things ma femme really hates. I must trap them without injuring them, and take them out. Except for “grandaddy longlegs.” They get to stay in the house all summer to eat flying critters. Then I have to take them out after “mosquito season.” I can only kill spiders that are dangerous to dogs, cats or humans, in that order.

  2. Phoenicia, not poisonous – or I wouldn’t be so kind.

    Dan, I hate to tell you…. but you are being very cruel, I actually did research on how to get spiders to move outside and learned that inside spiders do NOT want to be outside – there food and habitat are inside and many will die if moved outside. Big Meanie!!!!! – And outside spiders do not move in when it gets cold – they want to be outside. Which is kind of encouraging in a way – at least I know I only have to get rid of the inside spiders, not all the spiders in the country.

    Kate, I got as close as I could – the opposite doorway.

    Ina, if they stay in their place, out of my sight, we’re all fine!