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Three Days of Heaven

I had never been in a house before but about a week ago I fell onto a straw hat, and rode her into the house.  The straw hat was not edible, so I tried to get comfortable in a small sewing box, but I kept running into pointy things after I burrowed in, and they hurt.  Ouch!

Next I climbed up a green wall and sat in a glow-bulb. This bulb went from cool, to warm, to hot, to unbearably hot in a short amount of time, so I climbed out of the glow fixture and made a slow methodical climb down onto a bed where sat a cloth doll.  She looked nice and cozy, but on first bite I knew this was not something I could latch onto and enjoy.

I soon discovered a yipping thing. My cousin had told me about dogs. It looked promising, but I knew I would have to wait until the yipping thing was asleep.  I salivated as I thought about how tasty a dog is reported to be.  It seemed to take hours for the dog to go to sleep.  Delightfully tasty my cousin had said, but have you ever tried to take a bite of curly thick fur? After six tries I gave up.  

A large snoring giant was next to the yippy thing. I had heard about giants, but I had never burrowed into one.   It took me almost all night to go from the feet to the head.   Once at the giant’s scalp, I burrowed in, and it was delightful. A taste of paradise.  Shangri-La!  

Luckily, I was not discovered for three glorious days; best vacation I ever had. A feast for the gods, and I could eat whenever I wanted until a few minutes ago when the giant did a tick check, and found me. I was promptly put onto a soft white fluffy thing.  I am right now taking a raft ride down a swirling river.  A fabulous week! I would recommend this to everybody!

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Date: 10/29/2018 9:49:00 AM
Oh if only it were that easy to get rid of ticks! I'll tell you one thing; it's very expensive to get rid of them if an Opossum moves in beneath your porch with ticks...It takes at least three expensive sprays to get rid of them! An excellent piece of work; I can see that tick enjoying itself; and believe me, they do.
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Date: 10/26/2018 8:09:00 AM
Leave it to you, my friend, to see things from a tick's POV! ;D hahaha Cute & funny tick travelogue!
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Rhona McFerran
Date: 10/26/2018 5:30:00 PM
I'm surprised I never heard this before... as I have had TONS of tick bites in my life! Thanks for the tip! ;)
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Caren Krutsinger
Date: 10/26/2018 9:38:00 AM
I am notoriously the one who has at least one tick. One time I did not catch it for awhile and thought it was a bump on my scalp. The trick is to put VICKS on it. A tick breathes through its back so if you VICKS it or VASELINE it, it has to back out to breathe, and that is when it gets to make its swirly raft ride on a piece of cotton.