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At 2:57pm on December 30, 2010, Dept of PMM Cut of Style gave WarMouse -Manager- a gift
From all of us at the PMM Dept Cut of Style... We wish you a very Happy New Year!!!
At 1:24pm on December 29, 2010, Denise Morgan (Helping Hand) gave WarMouse -Manager- a gift
Many Blessings to you and yours on your journey into this New Year!
At 2:25pm on December 28, 2010, Rev. Allen M. Drago ~ Traveler gave WarMouse -Manager- a gift
Good New years to you upon the standard Calender of Man. May the coming year be well upon you and enjoyed better than the last one
At 3:33pm on December 23, 2010, Mystic Bridgette said…

Thanku so much! Have a great holiday! Hugs! Mystic Bridgette
At 1:10pm on December 22, 2010, Helel said…

Greetings WarMouse,

   Thank you for the Red Ribbon Gift you have placed on my Page.  I will try to be a bit more present within the Group, I almost always check the Member Pages sent through from Admin to show the various Members in Our Group.


   I tried to send a Blog last night with a photo, and discovered our DSL Internet was disconnected for Technical Difficulties with our Provider.  I shall re-write the Blog, and place the Photo in the Blog also, and re-send it today.


   May you have a Wonderful Holidays Experience, However you may Celebrate them.



Helel (Joseph)

At 2:22pm on December 6, 2010, Midnight said…
Thank you so much for your help! And they are really delicious, and they have a hint of magic in each one.
At 7:35pm on December 5, 2010, SunKat said…
At 2:54pm on November 27, 2010, Kate Jones said…
Heya WarMouse! I can highly recommend it -- or the Scratch & Dent, which I consider my personal first aid kit. I'm never at an event without it. (Not to push but I'm having a sale over the weekend, so now might be the time.)

I used to live in the Shire of Eisental -- not far from Barren Sands. I'm wondering if we know each other! I'm in Meridies these days and I can highly recommend Gulf Wars; it's a lot of fun.
At 2:26pm on November 27, 2010, Koko said…

At 6:27pm on November 25, 2010, CjGuzzi.moaw said…
greetings and thanks for the friend tag
At 2:23am on November 14, 2010, Lady Wisdom said…
thank you kindly
At 4:52pm on November 10, 2010, tealasilverre said…
You can always check your local shire. They usually have at least monthly meetings. You can always poll the group to see what advice I may have forgotten. If your nervous about that, offer to bring some homemade muffins or coffee, or coffee cake. Those usually break the ice real easy.
At 4:48pm on November 10, 2010, tealasilverre said…
Ok, tall order. I remember a kind of clubhouse. and enough porta-potties, but no real showers. But there always seemed to be someone headed into town, so you might want to check with some of them. there may have been showers, but since I was a vendor , I honestly didn't go too far. I was too worried about getting lost. I wasn't on meds then, so I didn't keep any type of schedule. If I get to go in the next few years, that will have to change big time. Being diabetic, I can't go all day with very little to eat at least not anymore. That was what I was thinking when I told you to pack enough for your duration, besides whatever fresh stuff you might luck out on. I seem to remember there were Lords and Ladies charged with checking in on the vendors to see if they needed ice, or eats. That I was told, was normal. Just make sure If you do go, and you have any medical situation - make sure you tell the chiregeon, or both of them if they are on shifts. No one wants to have a bad experience at Gulf Wars - Huzzah!!
At 8:49pm on November 8, 2010, tealasilverre said…
Yes we attended 1 Gulf Wars. Lets see what can I tell you to help. Pack your self or group some food. They have food people, but if you want something you are more used to, or have dietary needs - pack well. You will still probably need to head out or send out for some ice a couple of times. Make sure you have a heater for your tent. The nights get very chilly. Make sure you have extra clothing layers as well. Selling goes on all day, but we get lookers early evening, but after about 7 or so, it's party time. Good music, dancing, stories, and fellowship is all to be had. I would not trade my experience for anything. The last night we packed early so we could enjoy a hotel room for a hot bath and warm beds. Let me know how it goes for you. If you need to know anything else, I will help if I can. Good Luck.
At 6:51pm on November 6, 2010, Denise Morgan (Helping Hand) said…
I have been waiting for a time to give this to you!
Thank you contributing so much to the site! Your time, you money and youself!

At 5:46pm on November 6, 2010, Jim Couch said…
Yes there is always politics in anything to do with people. There are always those the want to control everything :)
At 11:59am on November 6, 2010, REV. Ravenmoon said…
At 9:53pm on November 5, 2010, jene said…
that is a cute pic of a mouse you sent to me, I have done one for the bottom of my wall. Since I can't paint on the walls I use canvas's and will post my mouse and his house entrance for all to see.
At 4:19am on November 2, 2010, Koko said…

At 7:18am on October 29, 2010, Lady Unicorn said…

Thank you for thinking of me my friend
Hope things are settling down for you
If I can help out just let me know
Take care of you and yours
Blessings Always
♥~Lady Unicorn~♥



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