i am freaking out here!! :)

i am freaking out here!! :)

Post by ali » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 02:39:57



gary and i are planning to move to sante fe, nm and we leave tomorrow
to look for an apt out there (from here, los angeles)  and so to be
prudent i have vowed not to buy any beads until we have an apt!!! o my
god!!!! and so of course as soon as i decide that, kandice puts up
beads, and everywhere i turn there are the most beautiful beads
anywhere!!!  i am so freaking out!!!!!!!!

alia :)

 
 
 

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Post by Carol in S » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 03:01:10


Quote:
> i am so freaking out!!!!!!!!<

Hang in there sweetie!  There will *still* be beautiful beads available when
you get your apartment - I promise!  Have a grand trip, and I hope you find a
great place right away.  BTW - I have a sister in Edgewood!

Carol in SLC
JustBeads Auctions: http://www.justbeads.com/search/ql.cfm?s=5530
New jewelry (8/28): http://members.aol.com/carolinslc/hoyt1.jpg

 
 
 

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Post by starli » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 03:35:34


Hang in there.  There will be more beautiful beads awaiting your return
after you find a place.  I love NM.  Wish I was going too.

Starlia

Quote:
> gary and i are planning to move to sante fe, nm and we leave tomorrow
> to look for an apt out there (from here, los angeles)  and so to be
> prudent i have vowed not to buy any beads until we have an apt!!! o my
> god!!!! and so of course as soon as i decide that, kandice puts up
> beads, and everywhere i turn there are the most beautiful beads
> anywhere!!!  i am so freaking out!!!!!!!!

> alia :)

 
 
 

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Post by ali » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 06:16:15


hey cool!!  its good to feel a connection in a new place :)

alia

 
 
 

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Post by Kandice Seebe » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 06:23:06


LOL - that happens to me all the time.  When I want to shop, there's
nothing, but when I have no money I see so many things I like it's painful.
(((((((hugs)))))))  Good luck with your move, Alia!

--
Kandice Seeber
Air & Earth Designs
http://www.lampwork.net

Quote:
> gary and i are planning to move to sante fe, nm and we leave tomorrow
> to look for an apt out there (from here, los angeles)  and so to be
> prudent i have vowed not to buy any beads until we have an apt!!! o my
> god!!!! and so of course as soon as i decide that, kandice puts up
> beads, and everywhere i turn there are the most beautiful beads
> anywhere!!!  i am so freaking out!!!!!!!!

> alia :)

 
 
 

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Post by Tante Lin » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 07:25:37


Quote:

>Hang in there.  There will be more beautiful beads awaiting your return
>after you find a place.  I love NM.  Wish I was going too.

Me too!  I'm envious!  Good luck finding a place, alia!

* TL *

 
 
 

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Post by Kandice Seebe » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 08:15:54


LOL - yep, that's ***ion!  I feel your pain!  :)

--
Kandice Seeber
Air & Earth Designs
http://www.FoundCollection.com/

Quote:
> ]When I want to shop, there's
> ]nothing, but when I have no money I see so many things I like it's
painful.

> well, there's always so MUCH i DO like - money doesn't seem to be the
> deciding factor for me . . . except never having enough?  i think i'm
> starting to hoard.  if i make them into jewelry, i might have to sell
> them.  WANT BEADS.  MORE BEADS!

> -----------

> (Books) http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> (Jewelry) http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> -----------
> It's not what you take, when you leave this world behind you;
> it's what you leave behind you when you go.  -- Randy Travis

 
 
 

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Post by Kandice Seebe » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 08:44:51


Hehehehehe  <<<<<eeeeevil grin>>>>>>

--
Kandice Seeber
Air & Earth Designs
http://www.FoundCollection.com/

Quote:

> ]LOL - yep, that's ***ion!  I feel your pain!  :)

> **snort**  no, you don't.
> you FEED it!
> you're as much a glass witch as Tink!

> -----------

> (Books) http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> (Jewelry) http://www.FoundCollection.com/
> -----------
> It's not what you take, when you leave this world behind you;
> it's what you leave behind you when you go.  -- Randy Travis

 
 
 

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Post by Christina Peterso » Tue, 02 Sep 2003 11:38:42


Seriously, this is not off base.

Many glass workers use techniques as they become popular/are taught.  So if
you see something you love, buy it.  The artist might make it for several
months or even years as a standard pattern, but may abandon it for a new
style she's moved onto, before you get the style in your favourite color!!

I had drooled over some lush and satiny beads by Heather of Isabel's Dreams
on her site.  Later I saw (and bid on) some wonderful beads in a sea glass
style.  Didn't realise they were done by the same person, and don't know if
I can get any of the other style she worked in (after a vacation in Hawaii).

Tina


Quote:

> For me, there's always the distinct possiblility that I'll think of
somethng
> even cooler to do with the beads I have, milliseconds after my mother
makes
> off with a piece.  And what if I can't find any more?!?!?
..................

> Kathy N-V

 
 
 

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Post by starli » Wed, 03 Sep 2003 02:44:49


That's a very good point.  I'll have to remember that next time I'm buying
beads.


Quote:
> Seriously, this is not off base.

> Many glass workers use techniques as they become popular/are taught.  So
if
> you see something you love, buy it.  The artist might make it for several
> months or even years as a standard pattern, but may abandon it for a new
> style she's moved onto, before you get the style in your favourite color!!

> I had drooled over some lush and satiny beads by Heather of Isabel's
Dreams
> on her site.  Later I saw (and bid on) some wonderful beads in a sea glass
> style.  Didn't realise they were done by the same person, and don't know
if
> I can get any of the other style she worked in (after a vacation in
Hawaii).

> Tina



> > For me, there's always the distinct possiblility that I'll think of
> somethng
> > even cooler to do with the beads I have, milliseconds after my mother
> makes
> > off with a piece.  And what if I can't find any more?!?!?
> ..................

> > Kathy N-V

 
 
 

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Post by Deirdre S » Wed, 03 Sep 2003 03:07:11


The good beadmakers will still be working when you get settled in your
new location.

And their work only gets better.

Deirdre


Quote:
>i am so freaking out!!!!!!!!

 
 
 

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Post by Kalera Stratto » Fri, 05 Sep 2003 11:43:05



Quote:

> gary and i are planning to move to sante fe, nm and we leave tomorrow
> to look for an apt out there (from here, los angeles)  and so to be
> prudent i have vowed not to buy any beads until we have an apt!!! o my
> god!!!! and so of course as soon as i decide that, kandice puts up
> beads, and everywhere i turn there are the most beautiful beads
> anywhere!!!  i am so freaking out!!!!!!!!

> alia :)

Best of luck, Alia!

--
-Kalera

---------

see my auctions at http://www.snurl.com/1sfe

 
 
 

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Post by Kalera Stratto » Fri, 05 Sep 2003 12:13:13




Quote:
> Seriously, this is not off base.

> Many glass workers use techniques as they become popular/are taught.  So if
> you see something you love, buy it.  The artist might make it for several
> months or even years as a standard pattern, but may abandon it for a new
> style she's moved onto, before you get the style in your favourite color!!

> I had drooled over some lush and satiny beads by Heather of Isabel's Dreams
> on her site.  Later I saw (and bid on) some wonderful beads in a sea glass
> style.  Didn't realise they were done by the same person, and don't know if
> I can get any of the other style she worked in (after a vacation in Hawaii).

> Tina

Not only do beadmakers often abandon styles and techniques as they move
on to new styles and new techniques, but also, more heartbreakingly,
glassmakers will make a color that is seen once, and never again. Even
if there is a color with the same name, it won't look or work the same;
Ink Blue and C***are really good examples of this. (Word to the wise:
if you like Ink Blue, stock up because it looks like the latest batch
looks more like cobalt.)

--
-Kalera

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see my auctions at http://www.FoundCollection.com/

 
 
 

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Post by Dr. So » Sat, 06 Sep 2003 06:16:29


Quote:
>if you like Ink Blue, stock up because it looks like the latest batch
>looks more like cobalt.)

......SHRIEK!   >klunk<
~~
Sooz
-------
"Those in the cheaper seats clap. The rest of you rattle your jewelry." John
Lennon (1940 - 1980) Royal Varieties Performance
~ Dr. Sooz's Bead Links
http://airandearth.netfirms.com/soozlinkslist.html
 
 
 

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Post by Kalera Stratto » Mon, 08 Sep 2003 11:46:51




Quote:
> >if you like Ink Blue, stock up because it looks like the latest batch
> >looks more like cobalt.)

> ......SHRIEK!   >klunk<
> ~~
> Sooz

Oh gods, what have I done??

--
-Kalera

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