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Happy Birthday WG!!

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Gale aka artistefem
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Happy Birthday WG!!

Postby Gale aka artistefem » Mon Jan 12, 2004 11:30 am

It's been a good four years. Thanks Brad for putting up with us!

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Postby rosanna gusler » Mon Jan 12, 2004 12:14 pm

thank you brad and everyone. i am totally, deeply, sincerely.........add adjectives, grateful for this forum and everyone who visits here. LYMI rosanna

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Postby Jeri D » Mon Jan 12, 2004 6:14 pm

Not only is the board and those that write in saviors, but it is inspirational as well. =D> I am really grateful Brad
MV Jeri

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Postby Marty » Mon Jan 12, 2004 7:43 pm

Four years already?!?!
Tempus sure does fugit when we're having fun!
Thanks, Brad.

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Postby Kim Bellis » Mon Jan 12, 2004 8:42 pm

ooohhh I feel a party coming on!! Someone pass me a margarita - Thanks Brad!!

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Postby Hugo Gavarini » Mon Jan 12, 2004 9:30 pm

Thanks Brad, for that knowledge and for these friends.
Hugo

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Postby Nelson Tan » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:13 pm

Yup.

Thank you Mr. Brad Walker for a wonderful website full of generous and patient artists and techies.

"Kong Hei Fat Choi" Happy Chinese New Year. Jan 22

Nelson

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Postby Susan Schroeder » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:44 pm

I stumbled across the board a few months after it began. I can honestly say that without the free exchange of information that goes on here, my journey into this wonderful world of warm glass would not be advanced as it is. Thanks to this board, I met a person who has become a wonderful friend and with whom I try to spend my Monday mornings playing with glass. I have also done my best to tell all the glassies I meet about what a wonderful place this is, and our conversations often start with "Did you see the Warm Glass topic about. . . " Two of these people have also become very good friends, and we have Saturday glass play days as often as our collected schedules allow.

Thank you, Brad, for allowing us to play on your playground and for keeping it a fun and safe place to be.

Thanks as well to everyone else out there, whether you contribute regularly or just do what I usually do and try to soak up the wisdom that is so readily shared.

Now, I think a celebratory glass of wine is in order. Cheers! (Am I allowed to say that or has it already been taken???)

Susan Schroeder

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Postby Chip » Mon Jan 12, 2004 10:59 pm

And many, many more!! :D
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Brian and Jenny Blanthorn
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Postby Brian and Jenny Blanthorn » Tue Jan 13, 2004 6:30 am

Marty wrote:Four years already?!?!
Tempus sure does fugit when we're having fun!
Thanks, Brad.


Thanks Brad n all the Global Lab Affiliates n 2 Spab n all his friends

Marty how many rooms did U steel in the 4 years ???

Brian
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Marty
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Postby Marty » Tue Jan 13, 2004 8:11 am

Brian- funny you should mention that- I just finished renovations in the studio that involved moving the office from perfectly good work space into my son's (former) playroom. It was all done very sneakily, no one noticed that he'd lost some acreage.

Brian, you'd be proud of me!
Maybe I should teach this cheatin' technology instead of fusing. Judith!?!?!

Marty

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Postby Brian and Jenny Blanthorn » Tue Jan 13, 2004 10:42 am

Marty wrote:Brian- funny you should mention that- I just finished renovations in the studio that involved moving the office from perfectly good work space into my son's (former) playroom. It was all done very sneakily, no one noticed that he'd lost some acreage.

Brian, you'd be proud of me!
Maybe I should teach this cheatin' technology instead of fusing. Judith!?!?!

Marty


I think Steelin rooms is one thing

But your own childs play room ??????????????

U should B ashamed

Forfitting all ur ill gotten Famosivity n Riches 2 me

Having re read ur post I C that ur boy is so fed up he has disowned U

Hence he is now formerly known as ur son

Brian
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