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Monday, March 09, 2009

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Seriously. Did you post that desert hike just for me? Because it felt like a gift, and I thank you for it. We are having freezing grey rain today, which is better than the blizzard going on a few miles to the north, but small comfort.

And as for your "petite queen", I loved both the image and the words (let's actually call it a poem) -- it reminds me of the kind of text and image I would make into a piece, so please don't sue me when I forget I saw it here first and inadvertently make a piece just like that . . . :)

Lastly, that set of carved erasers looks flawless! Can you do everything effortlessly or does it just appear so?

Oh yes, and one more thing I forgot. I hope none of your relatives were saguaro cacti in a former life, because if they were I've offended you. I obviously share your feelings about them (since I've made cactus-head-lady in several incarnations), but it was a pretty strange and wonderful conversation I had with that lady in Baltimore!

Susan & any & all -- for the official record here -- so far, none of my relatives ADMITS to being a saguaro in a previous life!

But that doesn't mean I don't have my own suspicions :) ... since, as Susan recently learned firsthand, there are apparently former cacti walking among us!

Also thank you for your very generous earlier comments. I'll be in touch shortly to see how much I owe you for saying all that really nice stuff!

Much appreciated -- luanne

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