Fiber in the ‘Boro

I finally found a piece of time to write up a blog post and show you all the fun we had in Murfreesboro this past weekend. I have been working on a complete overhaul of the website as well as other tasks since my last entry, on top of spending some of Friday and all of Saturday at the booth. Since I already showed you some pictures of the booth on Friday night, I will show you what the children took while they were hanging out for the day with me.

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I guess this is how I look when I am doing my thing. LOL!

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Someone’s view of yarn from the bleachers behind the booth.

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This one was just too sweet. Awwww

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This needs no explanation, it’s just quintessential Elijah at his cutest.

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Classic Emma behavior here. She is quite a ham for the camera.

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Despite the strange look captured in this picture, she was over the moon to be in such close proximity with all the animals.

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She is an animal fanatic of the highest order.

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I thing this was the highlight of the day when the animal owners allowed her to go inside the pen with the llama. If it had been a horse I am fairly certain we would have had one less daughter after that. She probably would have stowed away in their horse trailer, LOL!

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There was a pond out in the front of the venue where the apparently spent a lot of time.

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It was sunny but cool on Saturday, which is pretty nice for pond exploring. Less bugs at least.

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This is my oldest son, Josiah, who must have been especially photogenic that day because there are sure a lot of pictures with him in them. Smile

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Kyla, Joanie, and Josiah poised on hay bales..for…some…reason..?

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Reminds me of an album cover picture or something, LOL!

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Pretty shot of the pond

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Okay it’s late and I need to close for now. Oh, I did finish the sweater sleeve and started the body last night so maybe more knitting to report soon.

2 thoughts on “Fiber in the ‘Boro

  1. These are great pics of your kids! They are so lucky to get to travel with you…

    1. Thanks Debbi. I do enjoy having them along. They are much help and most of the time decent company too. ;-)

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