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Louisiana writer's juggles go viral after the neighbors flare up

Fantasy writer Diana Rowland added another two dragons to her Christmas show after being anonymous note from a neighbor who asked her to take them down.A Louisiana woman's unusual Christmas decorations have become viral after they ignite a flare with her one neighbor who is afraid that she may be involved in a "demonic cool". Diana Rowland, a former police officer, became fantasy icon clerk, has put inflatable kites on her farm to celebrate Christmas and Halloween for at least four years. She told Fox News during a phone call on Tuesday that her husband got her the first dragon for her birthday several years ago and they put it on Halloween. "Like fantasy icon critics, they've corrected my allies," she said, adding that they took it down after the holiday. Rowland had originally put up three dragons, but not one to lay down, add another two to her neighbor's letter. That year they decided to back up it after Thanksgiving and featured some more Christmas related decorations on it. "People loved it … my closest neighbors love them," said Rowland. "They get up and take their picture … We are" Dragon House. " "" Some love it so much that one of her older neighbors even told her that she would even put a headlight so that people could see them better. She told Fox News that she would not put up any headlight because it would be a bit much. Unfortunately this year, one of her neighbors had…

Fantasy writer Diana Rowland added another two dragons to her Christmas show after being anonymous note from a neighbor who asked her to take them down.
A Louisiana woman’s unusual Christmas decorations have become viral after they ignite a flare with her one neighbor who is afraid that she may be involved in a “demonic cool”.

Diana Rowland, a former police officer, became fantasy icon clerk, has put inflatable kites on her farm to celebrate Christmas and Halloween for at least four years.

She told Fox News during a phone call on Tuesday that her husband got her the first dragon for her birthday several years ago and they put it on Halloween.

“Like fantasy icon critics, they’ve corrected my allies,” she said, adding that they took it down after the holiday.

Rowland had originally put up three dragons, but not one to lay down, add another two to her neighbor’s letter.

That year they decided to back up it after Thanksgiving and featured some more Christmas related decorations on it.

“People loved it … my closest neighbors love them,” said Rowland. “They get up and take their picture … We are” Dragon House. ” “”

Some love it so much that one of her older neighbors even told her that she would even put a headlight so that people could see them better. She told Fox News that she would not put up any headlight because it would be a bit much.

Unfortunately this year, one of her neighbors had enough of her amazing screen and sent Rowland an anonymous letter to her to consider taking down her “inappropriate” display.

In an anonymous letter, a neighbor told her that her dragon show was “inappropriate” for Christmas.

“Your dragon show is only marginally acceptable at Halloween. It’s totally inappropriate at Christmas, says the letter.” It makes your neighbors wonder if you’re involved in a demonic cult. Remember to remove the dragons. May God bless you and help you to know the true meaning of Christmas. “

Rowland shared a photo of his dragons and the anonymous on Twitter last week and it has become viral with more than 9,400 retweets and more than 36,000 likes.

” I had to read it twice and through ” really, “she said. “Then I ran to my daughter, who is 14 and said to her:” Look, we have a hat post! “

She added:” The first line of the letter really put the tone for all this. “[19659005] Not one to back down, Rowland added another two dragons to this year’s display, with some of those who were wearing some halves on their head.

” I do not want to call it a war, but I can say that I won Rowland said she is “a little known” from her books, but in recent days has been another praise.

“It has been interesting,” she said. “My family has been supportive. My daughter thinks it’s fun.”

Since the entries went viral, Rowland has been flooded with donations to help her buy more dragons. Instead, she asks that people instead donate to charity instead.

“I can buy my kites,” she said. “There is also a line between returning to a rowdy neighbor and being a Russian neighbor.”

At least one person has raised her upon her request and donates to a penguin rescue to honor the Rowland Dragon Army.

“It’s about spreading joy – finding joy with the dragons,” said Rowland.

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