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Corn Mazes and Football

I’ve got to get a start on today’s story. I only have fifteen minutes before I need to leave to go pick up the twins, I wouldn’t recommend anyone having twins for their second batch of kids. If you insist on getting twins for your second batch have a set of boy/boy or girl/girl twins. Then one could assume when they both are sleeping over at someone’s house, you have a better chance it is the same house. Both twins were invited to some kind of gathering at a haunted corn maze. Both twins went to the same corn maze but after the corn maze gathering each twin went to a different friends house to spend the night. This corn maze thing is amazing. Farmers let kids run through their corn fie

Teenagers for a Week

I didn’t write a story last week. You can blame Ivy for that. If you follow the Your Daily Fiber facebook page, you most likely have noticed that we have been dyeing self-striping yarn. By we, I mean me. Ivy is/was making me do it. Sometimes, OK, a lot of times, Ivy comes up with an idea that is pretty good. This holiday themed self-striping yarn is a pretty good idea. Unfortunately, the yarn is labor intensive and I need to write stories. (As I type this story, my hands are bright green and dark purple This information adds nothing to the story, but it is bugging me while I look at the computer keys.) Fortunately, you guys seem to like Ivy’s idea and are buying the yarn. Everybody is

Sgt. Sandley and Shove

Our family lost one of the original partners in our yarn business this past week. Shove, the matriarch of our llama herd passed away Tuesday night. Elaine and I have been friends with Shove for over eighteen years, She was the mother of Trip, Dillinger, Sox and Yank. Our relationship with Shove started one Saturday a little over eighteen years ago at a llama ranch in Wiggins, Colorado. Elaine and I decided to increase our llama herd (which at the time consisted of two male llamas) by purchasing a female llama. Elaine was in charge of the search for a suitable female. Somehow came upon a gentleman selling llamas in Wiggins. What the heck, I was up for a little road trip. So, one particul

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