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Re: Re: Hibs

HI David,
I have worked many weekend shows. Wear very comfortable shoes, bring
something to keep you mouth from drying out-- like hard candy, and
water. I normally loose my voice by the end of the weekend and feet
don't stop screaming for a week...

But I will say it is all worth it. You meet some of the nicest people.


> Hi Ceres
> I do have a logo and a soon to emerge website.  My web mistress (sounds like a
> black widow doesn't it) and I have been wrestling over the site.  When it's
> ready I'll show all you folks.  It will be a fairly simple sight.
> Boy, would I love the help Ceres.  As Jim can tell you I've been fretting over
> logistics for this show.  The hours are 9-8 and it's an hour south of me.  I've
> been trying to figure out how to do it.  I think I figured it out now so we'll
> let the chips fall where they may.
> I do have something funny to relate regarding help at the show.  It was
> suggested that I get a couple of young, pretty women to help sell the plants.
> The folks who told me this were not dirty old men but some older women who have
> done these shows.  So, what do I do?  My help with be, among others, my aunt who
> is 81 (a very young 81 looks and acts more like 65) and my father who is 75.
> They volunteered and I wouldn't have turned them down for all the money in the
> world.
> Nervous, but I hope it's going to be a lot of fun!
> DF

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