A Motto To Live By
"Refuse to dwell among shadows when there is so much sunshine in the world."
8/18/2016 01:21:35 am
8/18/2016 02:42:03 pm
Thank you! It's lovely. :)
8/18/2016 05:24:51 am
(In response to the Garden making them leave)
8/18/2016 08:28:54 am
Hello, please email me. I have some more information for you. You have been lied to by the Buchart gardens and I have proof. Info@naturalperry.com
8/18/2016 02:42:53 pm
Okay —I e-mailed you.
8/18/2016 01:40:56 pm
Hello Miss Sarah, I hope this finds you in good health and good spirits. I am looking for your fiction series in book form. I have looked on the Barnes & Noble and Amazon sites and I can only find it in Kindle form. Please let me know where I may purchase these books. I purchased from Barnes & Noble your Victorian Secrets,The Victorian Life,True Ladies and Proper Gentleman and Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management. I love your writing style. I wish you a beautiful day. Thank you for your time. Veronica
8/18/2016 03:04:33 pm
8/18/2016 04:55:58 pm
Hello Miss Sarah, Thank you so much for the timely reply. This news saddens me, for I do love the feel of a good book in my hands as I eagerly turn their pages and occasionally smell the scent of their materials, but I do understand and will have to make do with the electronic version. Have a wonderful evening. Veronica
8/18/2016 03:54:44 pm
I'm completely smitten.
8/18/2016 11:05:11 pm
Can I run a kindle software on my desktop computer? I do not have any notebook device and will not buy one.
8/19/2016 08:45:25 am
Yes, I'm pretty sure you can —it works just fine on my laptop. I didn't realize it would work until Gabriel's cousin Jackie Schickling put out a novella through the same self-publishing program I'm now using. (Jackie was the one who gave me the idea.) I don't have an e-reader either (and like you I refuse to buy one) but I wanted to read Jackie's story. After I bought her story, the program prompted me through the process of downloading a free application to read it on my laptop. It was fairly easy, even for me! :)
8/19/2016 03:14:33 pm
Sorry to hear of your troubles at the garden, but it sounds like you maybe had a better time, as it turned out.
9/6/2016 10:08:47 pm
As someone who wears a corset under my modern day clothing and researches history as well as participates in the Society of Creative Anachronism I am sad you were treated this way. I have wondered around in an apron and under dress often utilized by Viking woman in the mundane world and know the odd looks received by those who do not have a passion for history; especially fashion related. But I have never been turned away because of how I was dressed; I can count of one scenario where I was told I could not wear my corset because it contained metal…. Since that was the only… ‘supporting’ garment I had on I waited outside.
12/8/2016 10:06:08 am
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