Apparently it's fall already.
The past few days have been blustery, cloudy, and not what I would call 'warm.' And I'm not okay with this change.
But writing about the weather (yawn) is not really the point I have today. My point is: spiders.
I don't like them.
Not in a girly-scream-and-run-away kind of way, but in a bite-me-and-I-swell-up kind of way.
And they're everywhere right now, which I notice because I am our harvesting plots of lawn (a.k.a. mowing lawns) with my father.
It's like a freaking spider obstacle course out there.
If I've learned anything in my life it's that cornered animals (or spiders) attack because they feel threatened, and I'm pretty sure me running into their web face-first would seem like an attack to them.
Instead I have to combine my ninja skills, ballet moves, and cat-like reflexes to not end up covered in Spideys' webs.
The worst part is, there is pretty much nothing I can do about it.