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Christine, of course we know Art Clay is sponsoring it, but it is called Metal Clay World Conference, right?

:)

Oh drat, good catch!!  I fixed it.  Sorry about that! 

Oh heavens!! I get that confused all the time:))  Thanks Gordon!!!

I kinda always think of it as the Jack Russel Clay conference:))

 

Jack Russel, huh?

 Yeah, Jackie's dog!!!!!  

 

 I get separation anxiety when I'm not around my pups!!!   I'm dog-centric!!! Used to have to go by registration booth a couple of time a day to get my fix...I mean he was like a narcotic......just a serotonin machine!!!:))) And when he jumped  up the makeshift box stairs to get the the counter and see if he could help check you in....I always melted on the spot...miss him!!!

You can pet my "Boys", Ann! They are coming to the Conference with me :-)

Oh, yeah, I wondering if they're bringing their new dog?

 

Laurie, you're bringing your dogs? What kind?

Gordon, we're driving in from Tennessee. Tucker is part Chihuahua & Pomeranian and Bandit is part Chihuahua and Terrier. Both are from a shelter and they are now 2 1/2 years old. My Yorkie passed away one month before the last MCWC. As soon as I returned from Chicago, I adopted these two little guys.

Ah, looking forward to seeing them and you folks again! Sounds like a long drive. But then everything sounds like a long drive to a Hawaii native.

:)

Looking forward to seeing you too, Gordon. We love car travel and so do the "Boys" :-)
Oh Seriously!!!! Wow!!!! I would bring mine but they would probably freak out in a plain!!!
Two part Chi's!!! I'm gonna die of happiness when I meet them!!!! I'm so sorry about your Yorkie....they are so wonderful!!!

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