The Life of Mr. Boatman- Computers, Class, and Glass
second guessing the "whole world wide webs'" desires...millions spend millions trying to figure that out Andy....at one time blogs had a draw...one of the first times I was looking for the Blue Sage blog....the Blue Eyed Vixen blog came up on a the search...OMG...I had no idea what was on blogs now days...anyway...be sure your blog spot is on the business cards....maybe even a little sign on the counter...."weekly glass give-aways" on the blog....that might create some interest. The public is generally,looking for a new thing all the time....insatiable appetites for something new, something sensational, something, but not necessarily anything!The it is a "societal illness"...the next sensation...especially the youth of today...they want change...they got it....now they are getting the same "old" democratic cabinet....from 8 and more years back...so much for a brave new world of concern for humanity and our great Earthen space craft....best wishes.Namaste'JJ
I don't guess unless I know. And you've been obscure of late--near as I can tell.As for my blown glass needs, I guess I have to admit to getting stalled out imagining wispy unicorns and crystalline pirate ships when I think of glass in an artistic way. Sorry. Maybe brown glass bottles with some sort of malted beverage and a cap might draw attention?What I need to do is follow through on my unspoken promise to my daughter to bring her by the studio to see you work some weekend. Soon.
D'oh. I meant to wrap that comment with Sam Elliot as "The Stranger" in "The Big Lebowski".As well as recommend JeffBridges.com as a surprisingly awesome celeb site.
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