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[bookartsconnection] are we up for a party?

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  • askengel@aol.com
    Hi Jill, That sounds great to me. We used to meet rather regularly...what happened? I m more than interested in meeting again. Thanks for taking the
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 20, 2007
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      Hi Jill,
      That sounds great to me. We used to meet rather regularly...what happened?
      I'm more than interested in meeting again.
      Thanks for taking the initiative.
      Sharon Engel


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    • Tom and Judy
      Jill, I still read the boookatrs e-mails and some of them are interesting and a little bit useful.....maybe someday I will use a technique or two. However, I
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 21, 2007
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        Jill,

        I still read the boookatrs e-mails and some of them are interesting and
        a little bit useful.....maybe someday I will use a technique or two.
        However, I am not making books..........maybe one or two a year for
        gifts. I'm not sure where I'm headed, but I do not have the passion you
        and others have for bookart. I'm glad I explored the concepts (and met
        you), but other than reading the e-mails and attending a show now and
        then, I do not have much to offer a group. I appreciate the art form,
        and enjoy seeing the works that others have created.

        I am trying very hard to take a lesson from you and not add anything
        else to my spring calendar. So thanks for the invitation to a party,
        but I will pass. Judy

        Jill Littlewood wrote:
        >
        >
        >
        > I am feeling very isolated from all you book folk and would be happy
        > to host
        > a party on this theme at my house.
        >
        > Who is out there? Who reads this? Who would come? Are there other
        > groups/people we could invite?
        >
        > It would be nice to celebrate book arts in this town - I would like to
        > think
        > about us having a show sometime, somewhere. We could talk over book cakes.
        > Or not - just talk and socialize.
        >
        > Jill
        >
        > _____
        >
        > From: Jill Littlewood [mailto:jill@...
        > <mailto:jill%40littlewoodstudios.com>]
        > Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 11:11 AM
        > To: jill@... <mailto:jill%40littlewoodstudios.com>
        > Subject: edible books
        > Importance: High
        >
        > Edible books:
        >
        > Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 23:31:59 -0800
        >
        > From: "umbrella@... <mailto:umbrella%40ix.netcom.com>"
        > <umbrella@... <mailto:umbrella%40IX.NETCOM.COM>>
        >
        > Subject: 8th Edible Book Festival
        >
        > It's just two weeks away from the 8th Annual Edible Book Festival all over
        > the world. Starting on the 1st of April and various versions
        > throughout the
        > month of April, this is the biggest event so far! If you are planning an
        > event on April First or later, please register at www.books2eat.com
        > and tell
        > us your coordinates--when, where, and be sure to document it and send us
        > your images!
        >
        > Thanks to everyone for participating in this delicious event!
        >
        > Judith A. Hoffberg & Beatrice Coron
        >
        > Danielle Shelton is our liaison now !
        >
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        >
        >
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