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no mugg left behind

updated sun 13 mar 05


clennell on fri 11 mar 05

Sour Cherry Pottery

> No, no, no, no.
> A "very flexible" mug exchange does not work for me.
> We have been planning for the Mug Exchange for months. All the details are
> set.
> I planned my schedule around it. I will be at the Clay Times booth until
> 5:00 p.m.,
> then go to the Clayart Room to collect mugs from 5:30 until 6:30, in
> preparation
> for the exchange shortly after 6:30.
> No, we cannot have designated drawers. After many complaints from people
> who could not find the person who's mug they received and/or the person
> who got their mug, the "must be there" rule was instituted.
> Here are the rules:

David: It all sounds to be working for me. If Malcolm Davis is giving an
address at the shino show at 5 I'll want my mugg to be there. Well, I'll be
a little late since I'm with you at the CT booth till 5. Sheila will fill me
in on what I miss. For anyone that knows Malcolm, he is worth the price of
the conference in terms of character and entertainment value. I won't stand
around for 4 hours and talk shino. I'll high tail my mugg back to see you
entertain the troups in the CA room with your lounge lizard jacket and a
From what i read the mug exchange starts after 6:30, so what's all the fuss
about unless the distance between the two venues is more than a quick walk.?
I'm not going to Endless Variations to stare at my own pot or talk shino.
There is plenty of time for that. It is the Malcolm address I would not like
to miss.
I'm a little concerned about where cocktail hour fits into this schedule
See ya soon.

Tony and Sheila Clennell
Sour Cherry Pottery
4545 King Street
Beamsville, Ontario