Oh the web we weave. . . . .
I cleaned some of the weeds out of our yard and clipped off the brown hydrangea blossoms. In doing so I destroyed the somewhat ragged web of a nice fat spider. I don’t like spiders and I am not an animal rights person–I eat hamburger, chicken and other animal products. I however appreciated that the spider eats bugs and keeps the bug population down so I told him I was sorry about the web–but he really could do a better job making a new one. Sure enough, I checked it out the next morning and there was a beautiful, bigger new web right where the old one had been. This morning I checked out the web maker again and discovered that our pole lamp had been decorated for October. I think the spider-man has a friend as I saw a much smaller spider hunkering under the sign. (There are three webs and various asunder other webbing around)
I discovered that I have to be very careful when adding new photos that they are numbered or named uniquely. I had duplicate photos in posts where then didn’t belong–of course I thought the website had gone bad–then I discovered it was all me….I had the same sequencing for several sets of photos–so every time I upload a new set–they replaced what I had. I spent hours renaming and uploading and inserting new photos. Now I know. Such is the joy of learning.
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