Married and Alive !

Sorry for the delay of updates. I am doing my best. Here is a quick recap:
   The last week in February was spent at ACC Baltimore. I was very happy to see so many familiar collectors faces. We cannot thank you enough for your continued support. It is wonderful to see our creature families grow in so many homes. I have also bonded with many new Crafts people and am working on greatly updating my
links page.
   March was spent working on my house and getting ready for my craft-based wedding with
Dan Treiber. We had an amazing time and love all of our friends and family so much. When we get around to posting photos, I will let you know.
   Three days after the wedding we celebrated at Craft Boston. Beth Ann and the rest of the staff there are some of the nicest people we know. A special thank you goes out to
Wendy Ellertson who housed us as well as 6 other vendors. Thanks to Meg Little for the 3 tiered cake as well as champagne for the opening night.
    I am currently catching up and putting my house back together before I leave for my honeymoon on April 12th. My studio reopens on May 2nd with lots of new ideas.


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  • Lari

    Lari

    Hey. See things as they are and write about them. Don?t waste your creative energy trying to make things up. Even if you are writing fiction, write the things you see and know. I am from Zealand and now study English, tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "Another society for neutralizing the emperor contrast is to tear its dull century." THX :-(, Lari.

    Hey. See things as they are and write about them. Don?t waste your creative energy trying to make things up. Even if you are writing fiction, write the things you see and know.
    I am from Zealand and now study English, tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "Another society for neutralizing the emperor contrast is to tear its dull century."

    THX :-(, Lari.

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