Mittens on a string

Moomin was reading Farmer Boy this afternoon and came kind of starry eyed to ask me, “You know how Almanzo has mittens, connected by a string, that go up through the sleeves of his coat and around his neck and back out the other sleeve?”

“Yep.”

“Did you make my mittens on a string like that because of copying this book?”

“Yep, you guessed it!”

“Cooooool!!!!!!!”

I was wondering if he’d figure it out some day!

Wait till he figures out his blog name…

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  2. James Franklin says:

    Farmer Boy looks to be a very nice and informative book to me. I think it needs to be read by everyone who is interested in quality Helvetic Clinics and Dentist abroad books. It has all the stuff that a reader can expect from a good book.

  3. Steve Locke says:

    I used to have mittens on a string when I was a child, otherwise I was always losing one of the pair! – Steve Locke

  4. Farmer boy is an interesting and educational book.