Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Gross and yet so sad...

I wasn't sure if I was going to post this, but I figured one day I'll look back and be glad that I did. Just for memory sake! It's really gross and really sad too. At our new house we always open our door because we have an awesome screen door and because it lets in a really nice breeze. Fi Dan opened the door this morning and said, "Oh my goodness! When did this happen?!" I was cooking so I didn't go look. I didn't think too much of it. When they were leaving to school I asked him what he was talking about he said, go look at the door. EEEKK!

I KNOW! GROSS! I don't know how long they've been there and there's 2 of them! Oh my word! A big one and little one on the bottom. 

A close up of the big one. 

And a close up of the small one.

After the initial shock of being grossed out, I started feeling REAL bad that these little creatures were squished. And we are not sure when it happened. I mean, wouldn't we have noticed if we shut the door and there was a little resistance...or the sound of tiny little lizards screaming?! 
I am actually starting to like these little critters because they eat the bugs and spiders at this house! And I actually saw a little lizard crawling around on the ceiling the other night and I thought to myself, "Awww, it's so cute. I hope it eats all of the spiders and finds his way out  and has a happy little life". No joking, that's what I thought. And now that might be him! So sad!

And you know what Fi Dan says to me after he gives me a good-bye kiss this morning? He said, "Oh, and be sure to scrape them off so that when people come over they won't be grossed out." 0_0
And yes, you can bet they are still just hanging out between the door and the door frame. :)

1 comment:

  1. hahaha, we have lizards here in Brazil too! After I got used to them, I started just letting them hang out in the house so they eat the mosquitos and spiders! I always say hello when I see them! (that makes it sound like we have lizards roaming our house, but we dont! i promise! they just come to visit sometimes!)