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susan

Wow, sounds like fun! I'm anxiously awaiting the pictures.

Laura J

bi sheep festival? I didn't see any rainbow fleece. Not that there would have been anything wrong with it...

lynette

I love your Jedi mind trick. It does work sometimes. Or at least I like to think it does. ;)

Bridget

Thanks for giving us the heads up about this in your post a few weeks ago. It was really nice - my husband even liked it!

claudia

Wow. You are good.

Dani

Glad to hear you had a great time!

stephanie

I like the Jedi mind trick. Short, simple and proven to work. Plus you get to say it in a cool British accent.

Kim

I'm sorry we were there on different days.......can't wait to see your haul!!

liz

WAH! Why doesn't Texas have any good festivals? Oh, I forgot, it's TOO FLIPPING HOT to wear wool here.

Krista

Now you've got me on the edge of my seat. Which method works best? I'll need to know these things if I ever get a chance to go to a sheep and wool festival of any sort.

Cassie

I get it now. They did trick #2 to me to keep me from buying on Saturday. Live and learn.

Cassie

Nevermind. I think it was all three of them.

Norma

Just saw the tagline. mwaahahahahahahaaaa, heeeheeeheeehheee, *gasp* *heave*, wipe tears, hahahahahahahah, repeat

Kim

LOVED the Jedi Mind Trick method!!! LOL!! LOVED it!!!

Kim

stephanie

Really, I just dropped by to tell you that I am washing fleece in my kitchen sink. I know that you will want to speak of this clear breach of protocol to *someone*..
That said, the Jedi mind trick is something I need to work on.

Molly Wolf

Could I use the Jedi mind trick on my own stash-acquisition tendencies, I wonder?

Molly
geek in Kingston

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