Kirkepiscatoid

Random and not so random musings from a 5th generation NE Missourian who became a 1st generation Episcopalian. Let the good times roll!

Well, three of us had discovered bats at either home or work. On Monday, Debby caught a bat at the Adair County courthouse. Sometime during the week Laura discovered one in her home. Friday I caught one in the hallway of my office. It appears Kirksville has had a bat infestation and somehow none of these bats has found their way to church. The fact that three parishioners have discovered three bats at different places downtown yet no bats have shown up at Trinity is a positive sign...and maybe attests to the power of the new storm doors!

I am guessing the 100 degree plus weather here in "da Ville" has forced the bats out of their usual daytime hiding places.

You know, had the three of us had been struck with any sense, we should have brought all our respective bats by to show Wallace and claim we saw them OUTSIDE the church. "See! the storm doors are working! This bat was trying to get in!" We could have gotten real brownie points for that, since he loves the idea someone else gets the bats out of church before he has to encounter them.

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