"*doffs hat, then takes hand and gives it a small peck on the back.* And I yours m'lady. I do hope to catch your marvelous presence around the tracks, I do however have Aethernet problems at teh moment, so my appearances shall be brief and…"
"That would definitely explain the real time, but no option to actually enjoy a cup of tea (as of yet). Perhaps my quartz is overcharged or the sensor has been scratched or dirtied.... but then again The Parlor could be the direct cause... giggles.…"
""Why fancy meeting you here Madame!" With a quick gesture of the French cheek to cheek kiss of a greeting, I passed within the doorway. I was in awe to see this formal dining room and the banquet of delights laid out as breakfast - just…"
"My apologies Ladies and Gents... It seems my quartz devised link is failing to hold across the Æther at such a prolonged time period. Therefore, the signal of my appearance abruptly fading in and out of this space time dimension... 1899. Do…"
*doffs hat, then takes hand and gives it a small peck on the back.* And I yours m'lady. I do hope to catch your marvelous presence around the tracks, I do however have Aethernet problems at teh moment, so my appearances shall be brief and sporadic! For example, it would not allow me the grace to send this as a message, so I shall prevail to send it on the public telegraph.
Hi, thganks for adding me as friend, to answer your question: No, unfortunatly not, everything i order comes from the UK or the US, und if you're searching for someone who can create something for you it's very hard to find someone (like i am searching atm)
Thank you for your comment on The Scientist's Journal. These journals actually are in existence, and belonged to my father. The story line under "Imagine" of my blog posts is my grand adventures pertaining to the journals. In my own way this is my tribute to my belated father, The Scientist.
Hi! The Lady...
You're very welcome!
I kind Of, figured that the story was based on a real-life event, but I wasn't aware Of the fact, that the journal(s) belonged to your father who was a scientist. Once again, thank-you, for sharing. [I hope that you share more Of your father's diary in the future with members here at "The Empire"...too! ]