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September 02, 2008


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First of all, I love your blog! It cracks me up to read of all your fun goings-ons at your house! Your alien like bug is just a family of praying mantis. They are actually VERY good for your garden! They eat bad bugs - aphids, mosquitos, etc. and certainly no humans!! You can buy a "seed pod" of them usually from a Home Depot type store and they will help control the bugs in your yard!! HTH - Kim


Oh my gosh, that is too funny. Never a dull moment at the Stews'!! Kim..I didn't know that! How interesting. No, Paulette, I do not want your stick bug. lol!


Okay...I am so totally CREEPED OUT RIGHT NOW! I have that icky prickly sensation and it feels like stuff is crawling on my skin...CRAP I'm gonna be a mess the rest of the night EWWWWWWWWWW I hate those things...they are to close to looking like grasshoppers! Actually someone said they eat grasshoppers which should make me happy...but they are still GROSS!!!


That is interesting to say the least and I ccmpletely understand using that back door-LOL

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