I don't think she's got wires crossed, LG - she has been waiting for Bee to pop in about FF....at least I hope that's what I understood. If not, then yeah, what you said!
I have my clear plastic over top of the lattice. The lattice acts like a spacer and keeps the tarp from coming into any contact with little bits of wire pokey-outy things from where we attached the chickenwire to the cattle panels. Last year we used metal strips that had predrilled holes in them. We got them at Lowe's. We wound the plastic around them at the bottom sort of like a window shade, except flat. Then we reinforced where the holes lined up with Gorilla tape, poked holes in the tape, into the plastic, through the holes in the metal, then out through the plastic and Gorilla Tape on the inner side. Now there's a leap o' faith - poking holes in plastic in preparation for a Wyoming winter. We used zip ties and large washers, ran the ties through all of the aforementioned holes, and cinched it down to the cattle panel wire.
Worked great - this spring when we removed it we had no rips or tears anywhere, despite some brutal winds and weather. When we took the tarp off, we were able to unhook it, lift it, and take it off in one piece. We marked which side went where, then folded it and put it away to use again this year, but in the meantime we'd expanded the run so it won't fit now. Hence the reason for the new one this year. But the old one will be attached to a cattle panel arch we have in the garden and he'll store his ATV and riding mower in there this winter.