Re: [bookartsconnection] "Angel" Jill +
Dear Maxine and dear all,
From this message I assume your mother is well and that you enjoyed your visit. I am sorry I wasn't able to visit with you last weekend. I am selling my house and something came up. But I am sure I will see you again, maybe in January. I am working on the Southern California Guild of Book Workers Newsletter, would you or anybody on this list like to write a note for the Newsletter? i.e. Maxine's experience with her visit is just great tone for a note. Let me know what is OK with you in terms of telling about your activities. Thanks all, Angela
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Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 11:32 PM
Subject: [bookartsconnection] "Angel" Jill
> I would like to thank you for organizing and having the artist's
> sale last Sunday. As I am packing my bag for the trip back to Ohio, I
> have come across a couple of the wonderful art gifts I traded. The
> day was beautiful as we shared stories, tips, lessons, and ideas.
> Thank you for all of your hard work!
> My Mom asked me tonight if I was leaving any of my paperart works
> here for the bookartsconnection meeting in March. She was surprised
> when I showed her the number of 18" x 24" works.
> I will be posting the invite for the paper workshop later this
> next week. Because papermaking requires individual working areas,
> there will be a limit of 15 people. Each person attending will need
> to bring a number of items in order to make their paper personal and
> I wish that I could be here(S.B.) for the January meeting, it
> sounds like fun.
> - Maxine
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