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It was one of those moments. I walked into the bathroom and it must have moved or something because I had this odd mental moment. When I turned on the light, it was swimming. :shock: My 13 year old daughter (my beekeeping partner) caught it later and took it outside. She is awesome. :Dancing:

I've always been afraid there would be a cockroach somewhere in the bathroom, staring at me, ready to leap. This never crossed my mind...before... LOL
 

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This brings back memories of my youth, when I would bang my shoes on the heel and turn them upside down before putting them on in the morning--making sure no scorpions had moved in overnight. :crybye:
 

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The great mystery remains, however. :confused: How did a 5" tree frog get into my bathroom?!!! :lol:

(I think I prefer frogs over scorpions :eek:)
 

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Skyhigh said:
How did a 5" tree frog get into my bathroom?!!! :lol:
I would look for a missing plug on a clean-out, or a broken pipe. They can come down the vent pipes seeking the moisture.
 

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G3farms said:
I would look for a missing plug on a clean-out, or a broken pipe. They can come down the vent pipes seeking the moisture.
:confused: I know the words you're speaking but... (I have NO clue what a "clean-out", with or without plug might be! :lol:) Well, whether I'm clued into the world of plumbing or not, I will pass this onto my husband who may or may not think I'm crazy, but once I tell him, it's his problem. :mrgreen:
 
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