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Date:11/24/2014 2:03:08 PM
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Hi Athena
no mom doesnt scream when she sees a spider nor does she ever try to harm any no matter how scary they look because they do eat bugs that get in the house. we have a cathedral ceiling and its a real pain to keep it clear of webs. the spiders that do bite are those little tiny "harmless" house spiders. if they bite you it gets very itchy and sore at the same time and always swells up. once mom made dad this instant pudding called junket and after you mix it you have to let it set for 10 minutes before putting it into the fridge. well a little white house spider ran over and climb up and just ate and ate this pudding. mom never saw anything like it. then the next day mom was slicing some apples and probably the same little white house spider ran across the counter and proceeded to eat the apple. mom had never heard of a spider that would eat chocolate pudding and apples before. love Boo Boo
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