15 August 2012

pest

I have been stressed in the last 3 days..

There is a mouse in my house!!

I wish I did not have this phobia but it is quite debilitating!
As in I can't go into my kitchen or open a cupboard or drawer...

True Story! I have to leave the house all day...
 how the lovely folk at Velveteen Lounge Kitsch-en like to party.
Just to brighten up this dreary post. 
In these situations there is actually only one thing to do...

The lovely people at Velveteen Lounge Kitschen will save me. They have a drink and/or recipe idea for every occasion, as well as terrific ideas and tips.




6 comments:

bonsaimum said...

I loved the video, especially how to be less stressed with pest invasions. What a hoot!!

Vix said...

What a brilliant video, thanks for sharing!
You poor love with your mouse phobia. I hope it gets caught and out of your house soon. I'd lend you one of my killer cats if you didn't live on the other side of the world! x

Lucy Nation said...

Thank you for introducing me to the Velveteen Lounge Kitchen. I think I want to live there! My in laws always battle with the mice as thier house backs on to woodland. I hope you catch it soon! x

pastcaring said...

The Velveteen Lounge Kitschen is a dream!
Hope you have your tranquiliser bowl at the ready. I liked the little mouse slurping his drink with a straw! You might not have been able to watch that part...
Like Vix, I have several feline pest control agents I could lend you but sadly they don't have passports.
Good luck! xxxxx

Charlotte said...

That woman is frighteningly awesome! The lips and whites of her eyes have me mesmerised...
We currently have the Houdini of mice in our home. He lives in the dishwasher. How can this be? How does he get in and out without being washed away??! How can he survive eating the poison I have placed in the bottom of dishwasher??? Scooby do is needed for this one.
And a bowl of Tranquility...

Charlotte
www.withjamandcream.blogspot.com

Lucile Lynch said...

Did you do something to get rid of the mouse? Mice are very dangerous because they carry diseases and germs and are capable of contaminating our food. One of the best ways to keep them away from your home is by sealing their point of entry. Make sure all your windows and doors are devoid of small holes for them to enter. If they somehow manage to get in, it would be best to contact and exterminator, as these rodents can multiply quickly.


-Lucile Lynch