I still had about a minute left and that darn mouse didn't move, other than watching me. I swear if there was a mini-recliner he would have jumped in there and put his feet up! Even all the screaming, hollering, and commotion didn't budge him. When I finished my hula stint and I
So everything has been pretty good, haven't seen hide nor hair of any mouse... until last night. Sydney and Jevan are watching tv in the living room and suddenly that "There's a MOUSE" scream again. Darnit! We all bolt for the living room and I see nothing. This one is obviously not related to the last one or maybe it's been working out with our Wii after we've gone to bed. I grab one of those pre-baited mouse traps but it's pretty old so I slap some peanut butter on it and hope for the best. Within ten minutes Sydney comes in the kitchen and grabs a carrot from the fridge, but in her other hand she has one of my tupperware containers. "Whatcha doing?" I asked.
"Nothing." She replies.
"What's with the tupperware container?"
"Well... well.... (voice speeds up) that mouse keeps poking his head out from behind the tv like "Come and get me, nyahhh nyahhh nyahhh!"" Her face and actions were absolutely hysterical! LOL LOL I have no idea how she thought she was going to catch him with a carrot and a tupperware container but I would be amazed if she did.
Between her trap and mine, I won :) The mouse was dead in the trap this morning, let's hope all the other mice heard the SNAP! Now if I could just keep the bees under control at the pool, arrrgh! What's next? Locusts? Yeesh.
To all my regular readers who have blogs: I've been at your sites reading but right now I just haven't have time for commenting, please forgive me. With Sydney home for the summer holidays, Hubby back from camp, garden weeding, pool tending, etc., etc. there's not enough hours in the day. September can't come quick enough for me!