Thursday, September 27, 2007

Another Snake


Yes you read correctly ANOTHER bloody snake in my house.

Ok I will go back for all of you that haven't been called recently.

I had a 6 foot python inside my lounge room, before you all panic not on the floor up on the top of the bessa bricks inside and it was not poisonous (although I still freaked right out), it was apparently because it was so nice and warm in my house. Mind you with 6 children, 3 dogs ,1 cat I don't see how a snake could live here because of the constant noise???

Any hoo I called on my local knight in shining flannelet and he and my lovely friend came to my rescue and caught the snake and removed it from my house much to my pleasure.

Nana and Grandad were still here and I could not call them because then I would have lost sight of the snake and I could not have been able to sleep in here not knowing where it was lol.

Well 2 nights ago my youngest son was in bed and came running down the stairs saying there was noises coming from his room and he couldn't sleep because he was scared. So brave mum goes up says get back into bed and I sat on his bed to have a listen for these noises, low and behold if I don't hear the same familiar noise that I had only heard a few weeks ago of a SNAKE. Now for all of you that want to know what this sounds like well then get you hand and place it onto your leg now slowly run it down your leg. That is what it sounds like.

Well straight away I said to my son you better go get mummy's phone and I rang my knight to save me lol. (M was not home so he couldn't help me he was at tafe just like the last time there was a snake in here.) So they get here and it was in the roof and he contorts himself into the roof because the man hole is inside a cupboard and he said it wasn't real happy lol. But he got it and it was 7 feet long and healthy looking ( no wonder it feeds on all the mice in the house lol) and takes it outside and I took this photo. I wasn't stressed this time I was calm and scarily have come to terms with the possibility there may be more up there lol.

10 comments:

russtee11 said...

OMG!!! I have to say it again OMG!!! I cant believe it, its like my WORST nightmare! IN THE BEDROOM!!! I tell ya what, i would not be able to live there, way too much wildlife happenin for me lol

Kerry said...

I agree way too much wildlife...

I was worried about ticks, mice, possums, now you have SNAKES!!!!!

Next time we visit, I think we will be staying at the pub again pmsl.

roseys madhouse said...

your a wimp sil come on if you can brave the birdlife then you can brave the wildlife here lol

Ruth.... said...

hehe..I'm imagining us all sitting there rubbing our legs at the computer. Kath.. you're telling me that the snake is harmless and you've had mice. I'm wondering if you should consider puting it back. Ever thought that it might keep not-so-harmless snakes away? Happy birthday, too P~!

roseys madhouse said...

UMMM HELL NO!!! I could not live in a house where a snake was roaming free what if you woke up through the night and found it across the bed? Or worse still in bed with you.......YUCK!!!!!!

Ruth.... said...

hehe... I'm not saying a thing... (oh but I wanna)

roseys madhouse said...

RAFLMAO maybe next time I should read my comment before posting it lmao you are soooo naughty Ruth..........................

Rick said...

Where on God's green earth do you live? My wife discovered a little garter snake on the steps leading down to a basement and she freaked out. That snake would have put her in the grave.

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roseys madhouse said...

I live in New South Wales in Australia

My Semblance of Sanity said...

HOLY CRAP!!!
See...that's where my life would end...heart would stop...life would cease...

a snake IN my house?

HOLY CRAP!