I got a call from the office one lateÂ afternoon to go to this customerâ€™s house where there was a spider on her ceiling.Â She saidÂ she couldn’t leave the house until we got rid of the spider. Â So IÂ hurried up and got over there to take care of it for her. Well when IÂ got there the door was open, so I announced myself and I heard her say â€œcomeÂ in quick he’s getting away!â€ I entered quickly and she was pointing at theÂ ceiling showing me where it was. She looked to be very frightened andÂ upset about this spider. I looked at where she was pointing and sawÂ what appeared to be a female wolf spider with about 200 babies on herÂ back! She had every right to be scared.Â If those babies were to leaveÂ their mom while they were in the house, the whole house would becomeÂ infested. So I quickly ran out to my truck and grabbed a can of d foamÂ and ran back inside. The spider had stopped moving and the babies were stillÂ intact. So I crept up on it until I was about three feet away readyÂ my can, took close aim and sprayed. My plan had worked. They wereÂ covered in foam and unable to flee. So I quickly gathered them upÂ with a paper towel that was in my other hand. Needless to say herÂ problem was solved.
She said I was her Hero! …I was her hero! Feels good to be considered a hero.