3 comments on “Yarn

  1. judie says:

    Well, I dont really know what a sailors yarn is, but if it holds the wind it must be good. And the blackbirds sit and watch, even on broken branches, for your carrots and peas to flourish and maybe leave them a bite. Here’s an ides, take that spider web, spread it over your garden, and it will be a cover to protect from birdie beaks, hmmmmm? Ok, I’ll stop now! 🙂

    • “sailor’s yarn”–I was just playing with words, thinking of the tall tales (yarns) that sailors tell, wondering what people would think of this tiny tale…

      Obviously, you started thinking a lot about it! 😉

      On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 10:14 AM, Mark M. Redfearn wrote:


  2. Bastet says:

    Cute … It’s always fun to watch you play with words Mark 😉

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