|My broom stands alone.|
That explains how it got off the rack, and who stood it there, but what gives? I have been sweeping the barn everyday for nearly 6 years and that broom has never shown the slightest bit of independence. Something to do with "planets" they said. Planets? So I looked it up and apparently brooms everywhere are rising up and standing on their own bristles. Something to do with axial alignment as a result of the spring equinox. Really? I prefer the "bewitched" theory. I like to think that if I could only learn to twitch my nose just so, the broom would not just stand there, but would go ahead and finish the sweeping up.
More horsey business...when I was not being pranked by farriers today, I made this.
Think I may turn it into a pillow top.
Hope you had a bewitching day and PLEASE let me hear about any strange behavior by the brooms at your place!