August 17, 2010

News from the Batcave

Within 10 days I had two wildlife specialists in my house responding to two bat sightings. Since then, I had some modifications made to ensure the bats aren’t able to return.

Although I am still walking around in a state of moderate anxiety, I am slowly moving toward acceptance that the bats are gone and not coming back. The worst part of this experience has been the feeling that I am not comfortable in my own home. I didn’t want my family to be in the house and I couldn’t sleep here.

The only good thing to come out of it, as far as I can see, is the knowledge that my lack of clutter leaves little room for creatures to hide. If I had overstuffed closets and clutter piled up around the house, the bat hunters wouldn’t have been able to do their jobs easily. In addition, I would be even more concerned than I already am that the bat family was still lodging here.

With no bats seen in the last week, what I need now is a good night’s sleep.

If you had to have a technician or other unexpected visitor come into your home immediately, would you be confident or would you feel embarassed? Click on Post a Comment, below, and tell us about it.

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