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Dyed in the Wool

Here's a little video that was done a few years ago.  Some of you have seen it, others may not have.  I think they did a good job of portraying my ...

How do you feel after a haircut?

How do you feel after a haircut?

So yesterday I touched on the care that shepherds give their flocks.  Part of that care is shearing.  Sheep are not meant to grow wool their entire...

Weird Sheep People

Weird Sheep People

There has been a lot of hub-bub lately about wool vs polyester.  There are a couple of companies who thought it would be cute to degrade sheep and ...

Nuggets

Open yourself up to the possibility of the blessings each day.

Sharing My Posts On Any Forum

I am going to get a little personal here, maybe even a little bit uncomfortable, but I feel compelled to share. I started this sheep adventure ...

Shearing

Shearing

Shearing day has, in the past, been a day of anxiety for me.  No longer.  I refuse to let it be.  I currently have a shearer I can trust to be here...

March

Time marches on!  Pardon my pun!  It has been a wild ride, learning the ropes of all of the mill stuff.  I have very good and capable people to rel...

An New Month in the New Year

Where did January go, folks?  Holy moly!  It's February already! I am feeling pretty good today about my progress in the mill.  I've had some good ...

One Year and One Month

It has been exactly one year and one month since we decided to take over the mill.  What a journey it has been!  Today I created my first invoice a...

Working Out The Kinks

This past week has been a week of working out the kinks.  I have a list of little things I need to pick up for the mill to make life a bit smoother...

Getting Settled

Each day in the mill is spent with beautiful fiber.  Now, if you're not a fiber person, you may not understand that comment, but if you are, you to...

The Wool Mill is Open For Business!

Yes, The Wool Mill is OPEN FOR BUSINESS!   I manage to catch the worst cold of my life last week and I have been dragging, but I am on the mend, th...