After a restless night of attempt sleep, the sun finally rose slowly above the horizon. The sound of my sweet banty roo, crowing atop the car roused me. Time to feed the critters! 1. Banty Roo caught and returned temporarily to the subpar chicken pen. Check 2. Chickens fed and watered. Check 3. Outside cats fed. Check Next on the list? The dogs of course! That is, until I came face to face with the monster of my dreams. I walked 'on a mission' for the dog's food. I had already walked across the porch several times this morning, but this time I noticed something I failed to observe before. At the glittering of a spiderweb from the corner of my eye.. I ducked. Who knows what kinda spider could have made it's web above my head I thought? I turned around. I froze in fascination. Curiosity. Revulsion. Then I ran in the house and grabbed my cellphone. It isn't the spider himself, but me. He isn't the biggest spider in the world.. nor the ugliest. Not even the scariest. But the fact that I almost walked into his big ole cobweb at least 5 times, still has my skin crawling!! And I had to share.