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Big Bad Snake

Thursday, July 11, 2013

I walked yesterday on my lunch and had to go back to work it was not nice so today I though I would walk at home just after I got up so I get up a 4:00 AM it is dark I start walking I get about 1/2 mile form my home and was starting back and I was thinking this is great it is nice outside love the stars and moon I'm felling good about myself then I seen a snake on the side of the rode I do not like snakes of any kind I was about 1/2 mile from home and not a house in site this is just really bad I think to myself what do I do well I was keeping the snake in my site I really wanted to just get back home but to do this I would have to walk by the snake I was being a really big baby and that I was a grown up and I could do this I would just have to keep a eye on the snake and just keep walking or run what ever worked I was faster then a snake right it was not moving so I step a little closer and it still did not move my heart is just about to jump out of my chest I'm thinking what the heck maybe it was asleep and the snake looked really big I was also thinking I would just keep walking on my lunch form now on no matter how hot it got what person would walk in the dark with no light or stick or for the matter a gun I was thinking I really needed a gun a big one as I got closer I could see it a little bit better and still it did not move so I move a little bit closer you would not believe how hard my heart is pounding I step closer and then.... what the heck it is just a piece of rope LOL still I don't know if I will walk in the AM before work I'm not sure my heart could take it. I
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    You had my heart pounding-I despise snakes! Glad it turned out to be a piece of rope. Was hoping it was at least a dead snake. I just hate snakes.
    Be careful out there!
    1805 days ago
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