My Journey through the worlds of art quilts, oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors, printmaking, dyeing, encautic, art cloth, spinning, and weaving. Also sharing stories of the rescue dogs I've known and loved.
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Santa smelled funny
Took the kiddos to the TJay's Union Christmas party. Brendan 'knows' the truth about Santa. He was, however impressed that Santa had a real beard. But then he told me that Santa really smelled funny. In what way, I asked. Like pee, he replied. I explained that it was from all the little kids that sat on his lap. (I hope...)
Posted by Gisela Towner at 7:11 PM
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I know you've had a very, very difficult time this holiday season. It is really heart-breaking to read about your beloved Uncle's condition. I do hope that he recovers to a point where happier memories flood his mind. I also feel desperately for your artistic integrity over the lovely Celtic patterned floor that you worked so very hard to produce only to have a terribly "bad" neighbor include his Sharpie marker signature. That is just nasty. Yet, I'm writing today because I haven't heard from you since last February when we arranged to trade fiber postcards for CYBER FYBER. You requested Postcard # 35. We exchanged a couple of messages back around February 10 and 11 finalizing the trade. We wrote about our common German heritage and Ohio roots. I mailed my postcard. Last month, on December 8, I wrote a "reminder" message to the email address you used in February. To be honest, I have no idea whether you sent a postcard or not. With over 400 postcards and ATCs traded all over the world, a few did get lost. Maybe yours did. I also have no idea whether you received my email last month. All I really know is that the exhibition opens on Friday, January 9 and there's still a spot for your postcard. Please write and let me know what I should do.
Here's to the coming year....may it be positive and full of wonderful art!
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