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Well, let me see...

I have two weeks to do five paintings for Mongoose. The roughs are done and approved, and I did one last night in a fit of madness--one down, four to go. (I have a niftily fat voodoo sea hag thingy with a screaming monkey to work on today that I'm looking forward to.) And two and a half more Fans! pages. Got one Digger done. And need to do some roughs for a logo design in the next day or two, and more on a heavy metal album cover.

Yeah, I'm busy.

Squirm War 2000 continued unabated in the bedroom, although James says they're retreating as things dry out. Diotomaceous earth is supposed to work on them, so I'll try getting some of that, whatever the heck it is, before we lay the carpet back down. All the other pesticides seem likely to kill the cat or the birds, or possibly both.

It's hot and humid. I'm not turning the AC on today, because I need to leave the windows open in the bedroom, and I'll be damned if I'm air conditioning all of Cary.

And that is the State of the Ursula today.

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I would like to suggest Borax Powder in addition to, or rather than Diotomaceous Earth, It works a little faster, and is VERY unpleasant for any insect. (It will also inhibit mold as it dried), and it smells nice. A friend Will Faust, eliminated a Roach problem in a bad apartment by powdering in the baseboards and the backs of cabinets. Took a couple of weeks. but it worked.


Cool! I'll look for some of that, too--inhibiting mold is a good thing.

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