Everyone needs someone in their corner

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By Amanda Fanger

We all have trouble in this life. It’s the one thing that’s a given. For some people, those problems are big. For others, they seem not so big. Take me, for example. Some people wouldn’t consider a tiny barn spider a problem. For me, that’s a problem. Larger than the barn itself.

While at my boyfriend’s farm the other night, we found ourselves in one of the tractors as we often are on our “dates.” Somehow, a hoard of mosquitoes had gotten in the cab with us. I was almost absent mindedly squishing them with my hands against the glass as they buzzed and bounced around. I was wearing a pair of rubber gloves, so it didn’t seem to bother me too bad. The squished mosquito-count was reaching record highs when, suddenly, a spider dropped down on a slender piece of webbing from the top of the tractor door.

 

 

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