Tyche (rhymes with Mikey) is our tiny, one-eyed, wild-eyed, mini filly. We intercepted her a few years ago as a foal on a one-way trip to Mexico with her mom, Thyme. They now live with us, on a small, evolving fiber farm in the Midwest, along with a herd of somewhat larger, two-eyed ponies, some sheep, goats, alpacas, and a large crew of motley, but amusing chickens. Tyche is the Greek name for the goddess of luck and fortune. Said goddess was blind. Run is the regional term for creek.