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December 20, 2007

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Mary E. DeMuth

Great, great idea. I love your bowl. And I love your heart that wants to mentor.

For the record, though, you're still a youngling.

Heather

Here's the childish (not childlike) in me: at first, I thought the name of the post was "empty bowels." So when you said you had crossed an invisible line, I echoed with an "I'll say. Who wants to read about empty bowels?" ;)

spaghettipie

I hope you'll post a picture of your finished bowl. What a great endeavor! They do that fund raiser here in town, too, and we have a couple really cool bowls from it.

Madison Richards

beautiful! (both the bowl and the heart behind it!)

finding ways to give back... wouldn't our daddy be proud?!

Jeanne Damoff

Thanks, everyone. I'm planning to attend the event in February, and I'd like to buy my own bowl, if someone else doesn't select it before I get there. I'll have to catch Erin at the Visual Arts Center (she mostly works from a studio attached to her house) if I want to take a picture of it before then, but I'm going to try. I'm curious how it will look. :)

Heather, rest assured I don't plan to ever post on the condition of my bowels. You're welcome.

Merry Christmas, friends!

Love, Jeanne

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