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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Like the Dickens

packages

I thought I was terribly clever and on top of my business when I stacked up all your perfect packages and trotted right out to the post today... and then realized that my dear postal workers (Tom, Linda, I appreciate you and your funny little quips) would be off for Veteran's Day (and veterans, I really appreciate you because I love the life I lead).  So... tomorrow!

That said,
I also appreciate you.  Like the dickens.  More than chickens.
Your support yesterday, and honestly, every day, sets my heart on fire and I count my blessings to know this:
1.  I am following the path I was destine to walk.
2.  The ladies and gents I send my work to really and truly do understand it.  They hear the song I sing and weave it into their own hearts, bringing it into their own homes, their own lives, the lives of their children.  This is the greatest blessing I can hope to receive as an artist.

NOW:
I must go pack enough clothes to make it through three weeks for the 72 hours I'm spending in Seattle starting tomorrow.  You NEVER know what might come up therefore I must have rain boots, vintage furs and striped tights just to cover all the bases.  In fact, that all sounds pretty good together.  Maybe I just decided on my airplane outfit.  Because that's really what airlines need more of these days: Panache
I'll be back next week (and back with a puppy!) so hold down the fort while I'm gone!

Salut!

6 comments:

Cat said...

Salut dear one....

and goodnight

I await your package with much anticipation and excitement!

mme. bookling said...

Arms wide open. Come home.

Snailentina said...

Can wait to hear about your adventures with your bestie. Woo!

UmberDove said...

WHOOT!

Airport internet = sweetness.

BC said...

Delayed flight... ugh.

RosyRevolver said...

Catching up on my Umber, and later as usual. I hope it will be, is, was . . . a wonderful time.