I apologize for sleeping in this morning. I usually get up early on Monner’s Mumbling Day. The truth is I was up late last night. Yesterday, when a dear friend asked what I was going to write about today, I replied, “I really don’t know.” I wasn’t lying. It had been a great week at YOUR DAILY FIBER. The sales were great. The twin hadn’t done anything to write about. I had some construction stories to tell, but they haven’t come to an end, so I will write those on anoth
Yarn Fest is over, for the first time since it opened, I did not attend. I know, I said I didn’t want to be involved in Yarn Fest this year, but I wouldn’t have minded going as a visitor/customer. I thought Elaine and I would go out to the yarn Fest and talk to the people we know. People like Elaine. They talk to her. They ask her what she’s working on, what shows Elaine plans on attending and then they will tell her: Friend: I really enjoy your husband’s blog.
For those of you who wonder if I made the 40(+) mile trip last Sunday (Easter) to purchase egg dye, I did. For those of you who wondered who accompanied me on the 40(+) mile trip to buy egg dye, which would be no one? It seems watching downloaded television on a screen so small it fits on the face of a "smart" phone, is much more entertaining than going to the store with a lonely old man. OK, I’m not that lonely but it makes for a better story. Me: Put your phone down and
Happy Easter/April Days Fools Day! Last night, Girl Twin said to me, "I see you didn't buy Easter egg dye." I looked around, hoping she wasn't talking to me. I knew in my heart she was talking to me, that didn't keep me from hoping. I looked to the other adults for help, there wasn't any help from them. Everyone was looking at me. I suggested that now that she and Boy Twin were in high school, they wouldn't want to dye eggs. She simply said, "We always dye eggs." That hi