Quiet time, and spider of the day

I must have moved this spider at least three different times while I was working on my deck this evening (putting wire fencing over the railing so that my dogs could enjoy the deck too without the either of the little ones falling to their death) so maybe it wanted its picture taken. 😉 I’m not sure what it is, but it looks and moves like a jumping spider of some sort. Love that white face! 

I have had the house to myself all day today (my partner worked, and now is out with friends) and though I’d originally planned a day of errands and chores, I decided I needed some quiet downtime after a tough week and the deck fencing was the only thing I did all day.  

I think I’ll cap it off by going to bed early and maybe by tomorrow I’ll feel a little more energetic. This is the most quiet time I’ve had in months and it was really nice. 


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