So here's my update to two truths and a lie:
1) I once had a goat that ate my algebra homework.
True. I was at the Puyallup State Fair, showing my dairy goats (no jokes, please...lol). There were pens set up for all of the goats, and one pen set up for supplies in the middle of two of the goat pens. It had hay bales in it so the showmen could sit in there. Well, I was sitting on one of the hay bales doing algebra homework (I was missing about a week of school). I looked over into one of the other pens, and a goat had her head stuck between two slats. I put my homework down on the hay bale and helped the goat free herself. By the time I walked back over to the supplies pen, another goat had reached her head in and was munching on my algebra worksheet. I pulled it from her mouth, but about a third of it was gone. The next week, when I whispered to Mr. Gibbons the unbelievable news, he thought it was too hilarious to keep it a secret. He laminated the partially eaten homework, made me sign it, and hung it up in his classroom for the rest of the school year.
2) My mom accidentally murdered our pet hedgehog when I was in high school.
True. My mom unknowingly put the wrong kind of wood chips in the poor critter's cage. Apparently, hedgehogs are fatally allergic to this particular kind or something. My mom still feels horrible about the untimely death she caused. Forgive yourself, Mom.
3) I once resuscitated a newborn llama by giving it CPR.
False. I've never seen a newborn llama. I resuscitated a newborn goat though (surprise, surprise). And yes, he did live.