Happy, healthy Autumn, AAPA!
Isn't the Oct. Bundle magnificent?
So filled with wonderful stuff!
First of course, thank you Dave Tribby for 50 years of Ink Cahoots! Fern & I have been so lookin' forward to seeing this edition! So much outstanding & joyful work, there's aren't enough exclamation marks on the planet! A celebration of AAPA!
Next, our hard-working AAJ editor, Edwin Feliu, thank you for the Sept. 2022 edition! It's a joy to read, from President Fish's Message, to cheery reviews by Fish & Clarence, on to Historian's Report by Ivan. Fern & I especially hope "Roses" brought some levity...
George Harnish's Random Cubes, Unit 3 has again brightened our day. We're so smiling about "Sneak Zucchini into a Neighbor's Porch Day," & the accompanying report of gardening adventures! It sure brings back nice memories. George, I so hear you, about, pushing through whatever was holding me back". And yes, just at an art gallery, we say the viewer completed the work, your readers are for sure a part of yours! We're really out here, encouraging you on to your next edition!
Steve Ingram's Print and Type, Issue #1 is a delight for all who love printing! Clarence Wolfshohl's Anonymous Quarterly #48 brought us all along on a trip! And then we return home to a cute Halloween Greetings card from "The Pied Typester" in Cleveland, Ohio!
And finally, Fern & I hope everyone liked our humble writing efforts, "The Land of 20", & "The Energy"!
As always, thanks to ALL who participated in the Oct. Bundle, & thanks to all of AAPA for the precious gift of audience...
Good health & much joy to all!
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