A Very Effective Ant Killer

Ant killer? My ants are gone!

Good Morning, God!

One of my most reliable friends recommended this artificial sweetener as a very effective ant killer. I thought, Really? How odd is THAT, God!

But, we have been beset by the world’s smallest ants for several months. Kit and I have trouble seeing small crumbs — crumbs that will feed a multitude of these tiny ants. I don’t like poisons in our home — so I was being really clean — but not clean enough. So last time I ate out I brought home two little yellow packets. I sprinkled them in a few corners and prepared to wait the week my friend said it would take.

But the ants began to disappear more quickly than that. But the end of the day there were only scattered groups left. And the next day I only saw a few scouts. Yesterday I couldn’t find any ants. Amazing! I am really pleased about this ant killer.

But, God, I confess to being worried for my friends who are using these small yellow packets. I admit, although I love techie toys, I am VERY conservative when it comes to food.  If I could turn the clock back 200 years, I would.

I understand that humans are MUCH bigger than ants. Still, I am uneasy knowing I will be watching dear friends dump this artificial sweetener into drinks. There are people who are concerned about sugar substitutes. But, the concern seems to be based on scientific studies. I wonder. God, how much MORE concerned people would feel if they had just used them to kill ants?

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