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February 02, 2020


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Bleubeard and Elizabeth

Your beginning and end are impressive, dear friend. I think I like the beginning better, but I'm not really into death at the moment, I love how you represented birth, though. Your nest is wonderful.

YES! This is a remarkable Lunar New Year spread, Cindy. It has a great Chinese vibe and the Year of the Rat comes through perfectly.

My friend Scott just came in and is going to work on my computer, so more later, dear.

Bleubeard and Elizabeth

Scott finally got my e-mail working again, as well as some other problems I had on my blog and my internet, so I finally got my T Tuesday post finished. Then I remembered I hadn't seen everything you created this week, so am finally back, albeit a bit late.

I had to laugh at that young, innocent hair-do. To me it looked like some alien created it. I really laughed because I'm not sure anyone would have been caught dead wearing that. However, it was a style from (I'm guessing) the 1960s and they were into some weird stuff back then, at least from what I saw.

I really love your bird postcard. So pretty and so well done. You do abstract perfectly, dear.

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