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December 20, 2009

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Ralphie

What good is travelling if you don't come back a different person? A lovely reminiscence.

Elizabeth

I feel sorry for Orlando Bloom, not recognizing you. He missed all the fun.

It was a complete treat to have you visit. I only wish I could have inflicted more of Pittsburgh on you. Ah well, we'll just have to inflict ourselves on Australia someday.

BTW, Lizzy now has gallery representation and may print 72 of the go-go dancers for her show!!!!!!!!!!!

Lizzy

Wow! That's quite a summary. I feel like I've just watched Sabrina AND The Birdcage AND The African Queen back to back--

No, this was better. The trip, cranky parts included, sounds like a dream. And what a way to kick off cohabitation! If you can stand each other after an adventure like that, then there really aren't any reasons left why you shouldn't be shacking up together.

I'm happy you're happy. Happy you're calm. So nice, huh? I only wish we could have seen more of you, but I'm sure there's more of that to come.

And yes, to put all rumors to rest, I may (apply for funding to) print 72 gogo dancers, or, even better, a pair at a very large scale--42" x 68" to be exact. Yes, I have an obsession with Candace Green, wherever she may be.

a thousand shades of twilight

All: Thank you so much for reading that ramble and for your comments! And Lizzie - congratulations!!! I am not at all surprised at your success and am proud to have played an inadvertent role!
:)

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