I was wiping the kitchen counter when I realized that the long straight ‘dried out noodle’ I was about to scrub away was actually very much alive! Luckily it saw (felt?) the sponge coming and went all wiggly, causing me a moment of confusion but saving itself from a messy demise. 

That’s the second one I’ve had to relocate. Or the same one twice. 

By the way, I have discovered that the post images only show on the main feed and on Twitter, but not on the post pages. Apparently the theme I’m using doesn’t show ‘featured images’ on individual posts. I haven’t had time to get in a computer and fix that, but I will. 


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