"To step from persona a moment .....
I can understand where you are coming from. This is the first time in 3 years I have been in the hospital Super Bowel week-end and stayed for 2-8 weeks.I hope your recovrty goes well and you are up again soon.
"Thank you, my Captain!
Ahhh, to dream perchance to create a better world through transhistorical restoration.
Can I just make words up as I see fit? LOL!
I am so excited to find so many like-inclined steamy enthusiasts so close to…"
"Of course Miss Purcell. Welcome aboard.
I shall put you on the passenger list. Artists,poets,and dreamers are always welcome.I recognize the studio name.
Hope you will be coming up this way sometime so we can meet. I probably won't…"
At this time, I do not know my plans. My folks may be coming down to see me this weekend instead of me going up to see them. I will let you know as soon as I do. If I am unable to join ya'll, Please let me know when the next gathering will be.
I'm sorry I've been away so long - I had major hand surgery and the computer I had access to during the recovery period didn't play well with this site! I'm having a small Maker's Tea in December if you're available and can travel this far north. I understand if you won't be able to make it as it's a long way to travel for Tea!
Yes, it went well, and my friend "Helmut" made it back to Houston safely even if his car did have mechanical problems. The pictures of your tea chest came out well in both B&W and sepia. Wold you be interested in conducting a tea workshop together at FenCon next year - before the Tea - if the Programming Committee likes the idea?
Well hello there. You'll have to forgive me for not seeing your request sooner, I've been a tad occupied lately. Nice to see you still. Not sure if you can make it tonight or not, but would be nice to see you there. If not, I'm sure we'll have another opportunity soon enough.
Sorry, but our son is testing for his orange belt in karate that morning. Fortunately we had to make a scavenging run through there the previous weekend. Probably had to pay more, but at least we got to go. We found a few interesting items, but still find that jo-anns and hancocks have some things they do not, even with all those locations, so we will continue to get things at both locations (at least when we have a money off coupon for joanns. The biggest things we found there was one interesting red cotton cloth with astrological print that looked somewhat nauticle, an unusual stamped and dyed leather hide we will use to make interesting holsters and harnesses (too expensive really, but not for what it was and we couldn't pass it up), and some very interesting buttons.