The Crossroads of the Aether
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I love that you posted picts from your show! I wish I could have seen them on the runway in person!
... the face book link is broken:/
Wow! I applaud your abilities! These costumes are truly a one of a kind and absolutely beautiful. Brilliant job:) I will now hurry over to look at your face book page
Your outfits are amazing! The pictures are great too. Did you make the outfits?
(I see an AC picture in the background!)
Will catch you another time then.
Some of my work I am trying to sell on eBay.
Thank you for your valued friendship! Cheers!
Greetings dear lady! I first noticed your very unusual last name so like any good snoop....er.. detective or adventurer, I followed your trail and voila, I have tracked you back to your lair. I can see you have certain skills and you not only have those skills but your very very good at it too. I did peek through your diary and it is as I suspected. YOU my dear are a (dum dum Dummm) seamstress (hand covers mouth). Oh what you could have done if you took that Other profession... you know the one I am not talking about. (stage whispers, A thief.)
If you have not gathered I am a writer... hehe. You do lovely work my dear, wish I could afford to have you put something together for me. I would love to put together a Robert Conrad version of the James West classic dark blue outfit.
If you have any idea how much something like that would cost could you shoot me an email? If you need refrence photos then tell me what you need and I will gather it for you.
I really must apologise for my drunken ramblings. It is a joy to make your acquaintance.
Your creations are exquisite. A beautiful talent you have indeed!
Posted on September 28, 2013 at 8:54am 2 Comments 1 Like
It was all in an honest days work, or so I kept telling myself. I mean, women were not usually allowed on ships of any kind so I had to do something.
How was I going to get to that cargo if I could not even get on the ship?
Then it hit me that there are two socially acceptable professions for a single woman in the Victorian Era. A prostitute and a seamstresses. So I went with the easiest money I could make...a seamstresses.
I would go to the First Mate, I would ask to be…Continue
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