Snake in the house
- Thank you so much for all the good advice and prayers.
It's so comforting to know I have so many, many genealogy friends who truly
care and are so concerned.
Thank you and may God Bless all of you richly.
In God's Service
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- Good Morning Patricia,
I know where you are coming from--it is a terrible feeling to know that a
snake might crawl over your face as you sleep. This is not the most
appealing solution, but it worked for me. Put mothballs in all but one room
in your house--in the room without mothballs--place a white mouse in one of
those exercise balls for hamsters. You have to let the hunter in you come
out and watch this ball. The snake will come and try to get at the mouse.
You can then kill the snake or catch & release, whatever you choose and the
mouse will still be safe. Let me know how this worked for you.
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Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 9:36 AM
Subject: [jacksongenealogy] Snake in the house
> Thank you so much for all the good advice and prayers.
> It's so comforting to know I have so many, many genealogy friends who
> care and are so concerned.
> Thank you and may God Bless all of you richly.
> In God's Service
> Patricia Mills
> <A HREF="cherokeeindain@...">cherokeeindian77@...</A>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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