Various thoughts about travel, writing, and publishing -- plus anything else that is worth a comment by award winning science fiction author Henry Melton
Friday, September 21, 2007
I'm used to them now. In every room of the house are spiders on the wall, about one or two to a room. They are large. Legs and all cover a bit more space than a silver dollar. You don't swat them. They are like house pets, almost. Our first night, David called one by name, but he was just joking, probably. They are harmless to humans and eat mosquitoes. They normally just decorate the walls quietly and mind their own business. I can live with that.