- I feel so at home in the SCA. After years of strange looks, snide comments
from family and "helpful" bullying about unfinished projects, its so nice to
be with other creative people who know 'how it is'.
Linda/Maria (with three major garb projects, an unfinished website, a half
completed building/workshop, a year-end exchequer report [just got that
office], a schola in planning, a major ad program to be developed.....etc.
> > Not even close to the only one - do you know any
> > SCAdians who don't have a
> > half dozen unfinished projects? (Okay - one or two
> > of them might have a
> > different half dozen projects than they started with
> > but I think they are
> > the minority).
> Oh, golly -- I peeked into the needlework newsgroup
> and they all seem to have 6 (or more) projects going
> at once! I suppose it keeps you from getting bored,
> but I'm afraid I'd never get anything done.
- At 09:51 AM 1/7/00 -0500, you wrote:
>I feel so at home in the SCA. After years of strange looks, snidecomments
>from family and "helpful" bullying about unfinished projects, its sonice to
>be with other creative people who know 'how it is'.Not to mention the hundreds/thousands of books in one's personal
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