>Living so far out, how fortunate you are to have a satisfying social life, geoffrey. Enjoy! Get back with us later.
Thank you, Elizabeth - my eternal friend
>thank you, Geoffrey but i can't find it. I'm just home for a short while and then off to work again (a 13 hour day today)
Oh, Cate! I did upload a few pictures to Facebook's public domain. After an hour or two I decided to take them away, as they seemed to reveal more about me than was comfortable. That, of course, is the exact reason why it's interesting to sneak a look at peoples' CDs and books - even though mine were nothing special. I can send one or two privately, if it's important. I don't think one is allowed to work 13 hours shifts. It is against the union rules
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>Wow Geoffrey. Memorized and acted - that was very cool. I Googled 'Flamplatz' and came across this article - and an interesting anecdote about Irving Layton's magical birth, although Cate and Geoffrey, you both probably know these IL details already. Nice to know that you are feeling warmed by the sunshine, Geoffrey.
Thank you for your positive words, and also the Irving Layton article that I had not earlier seen. A rather interesting gentleman. I believe he was a great inspiration to Leonard, as well as friend - so for that we are to be grateful to him.