As a matter of routine, I check the sticky pads in all of the rooms at least once per day. Late this afternoon I found this little bastard captured by the pad! The funny thing though is that the pest control folks will be by sometime tomorrow, they have kept my home basically 99.5% pest free! Check your shoes and sheets!
23 thoughts on “Get Out of My House!”
Good call on making it a point to check for these creepy crawlies! I guess the winter isn’t so bad if that means we don’t have scorpions roaming around!
A real creepy crawler😧
A really nasty critter, Belinda! Gladly, this is the only one I have found in the house in the last 45 days since the home was last sprayed. One sting and you best head for hospital…
oh boy, that’s quite the bug! We do not have those where I live and I’m super grateful lol
You are lucky, Susan! Michigan is next door to Ontario on our east side, so we have the same weather and more. I love Ontario! ❤️🇨🇦
Yuk. Glad to hear your “team” will be on the case and ensure few if any future visits will occur, John.
They are nasty critters but we moved into their territory so now we get stung. I hope not!
I used to see those nasty critters when I lived in Florida. Yikes!
Nasty. aren’t they! I remember them there too, we lived in Dunedin in the 90s.
Exactly! The pest company will be here soon. Nasty vermin!
Yes, very nasty vermin, Derrick! They can put you in hospital quickly.
Very efficient pads John 🙂
Thanks, Rudi, they are they best defense against then aside of the pest control company.
I have tried my entire life to like insects…and I just can’t. That is so terrifying to me, I don’t have the words. I’m so glad you weren’t stung.
Thanks, Sylvia, me too. I have no love of bugs either.
I agree, Anita! This is the first time in a while that a scorpion has made it in the house.
They are nasty critters, Beth! One less scorpion that could sting me while sleeping. 😂
Im glad you are on top of the critters! 😅
I have to be even though we live in their territory.
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