Wednesday, July 23, 2014

A Spider With A Lot To Say

Our writing spiders are back!  One of only a few good things about summer ;-).


Look at this interesting web.


 I've never seen anything but the single straight lines before.



I've been watching the egg sacks hanging on the garage, hoping to see all the babies floating down like Charlotte's Web.


I missed this hatch out.


Definitely a lot to say.  A novel perhaps?


A young writer, with a web the size of a quarter :-).

"Instructions for living a life.  Pay attention.  Be astonished.  Tell about it."  ~ Mary Oliver

15 comments:

Far Side of Fifty said...

Interesting! :)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Interesting and unusual ..... where are Baxter, Maize, Blossom, Hank and Betsy.....

Jan baby said...

These spiders always fascinated me. Isn't nature wonderful!

Jo said...

I have never heard of Writing Spiders. So yes, Nature is incredible, but Blogland is even more so, I learned something today!

Buttons said...

Awesome I love their language. Hug B

Maureen said...

Very cool. Nice to see I am not the only one to let Nature be .... we have a hornet's nest on our garage and since they aren't bothering us, I am waiting for the Fall when they leave (they do leave and never re-use their nests) so I can take down the awesome paper masterpiece to keep!

Alice said...

He's submitting the draft to Spider-Man Comics!!

Miha Giustina said...

Wow, very cool!

Michelle said...

You followed the instructions very well, and I got to see something new because of it!

Valerie said...

What great pictures! We have one of these in our flower bed. =)
Lovely Charlottes.
Blessings, Valerie

Terry said...

Very cool. Hope you get to see the hatching.

LannieK said...

A lot to say.... And it gives me the crreeeppps :-/

Sheepmom said...

Those are great! Some of the littlest creatures have the most to say. We just have to listen. :-)

small farm girl said...

If you only knew how much I hate spiders.............:-D

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

Awesome in the truest sense of the word....so, you like Mary Oliver also?

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