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September 24, 2005

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Sarah HB

I hope they get a handle on your nausea! Ugh...no pun intended.

You are in my thoughts!!!

Keep smiling when you can!

Emma

Hi Max,ans Mike !
Hope the laughter dampens the nausea at least some of the time.
Thinking of you.

x

avril

Just for the record, it's "Spot A Hottie" and I learned it (among many other important things) from Max himself. Please give him tons of extra love from me. I miss him so much and am devastated that I am unable to travel at this point. Thanks for taking such good care of my Max.
Love, April

Bonnie  (Boy George Girl)

Hi Mike! Thanks so much for keeping us up to date. You are a lovely person and Max is so lucky to have you around.

Hi Max! That book "Being Dead is no Excuse" should include a chapter on how Baptists are buried with a bucket of fried chicken to take to the after life. Tee hee! Seriously though, I send my love to you and Mike and wish you well.

Bonnie  (Boy George Girl)

Hi Mike! Thanks so much for keeping us up to date. You are a lovely person and Max is so lucky to have you around.

Hi Max! That book "Being Dead is no Excuse" should include a chapter on how Baptists are buried with a bucket of fried chicken to take to the after life. Tee hee! Seriously though, I send my love to you and Mike and wish you well.

Kathy

Thanks Mike. You are a gem! Max is very lucky to have you around.

And Max! Max...Max...Max...Amanda's going to take one of Dory's orange kitties and guess what she's naming it (my suggestion) - Max! Mainly because he's tenacious and stubborn. Of course the other orange kittie is Rocky. They are two peas in a pod. I'm going to have to work on Bashful though (can you guess why he's called that?) Keep laughing my friend. Pull out all those memories and laugh.

Love you Max! You too Mike!

Robert

In preparation for the hurricane that luckily missed Houston, I was clearing things off of some shelves near vulnerable windows. I've had this art work that you did, Max, for probably about 10 years. I thought you might like to see it, as I'm sure you've completely forgotten about it. I've put it on a web-page ( http://home.earthlink.net/~rdangelo713/pix/ ) so that others can see too. (I hope you don't mind.)

Anyway, I was also thinking about some of your other creative endeavors: the slip-cover business, the clever name of which I currently forget (the only two completed products: your own slip covers and business cards--hey some start-ups never even get that far! haha); the book of Max-ims (a lot of them were very clever...I wonder if you kept that book?); most recently the knitting (I'm surprised I never got a tp-cozy in the mail). I'm sure others can add to the list of your tireless creative genius. ;-)

avril

Robert, I've only heard of this one from Max himself, but how about "Paint It White" and "Put It on Casters" inspired by an issue of Martha Stewart Living back in the 90s in FLA? I'm sure it was something to see. Also, when we lived togehter Max would declare "we need more art!" and promptly create whatever was needed (some better than others....) His creativity knows no bounds. And yes, I have seen the Book of Max-ims in the last few years~excellent bedtime reading!

Robert

Hahaha, no, I don't recall the Martha inspiration, but they sound great, especially when combined. "Paint it white AND put it on casters."

Lisa

I think someone needs to break out the "Connie Casserole" recipe, Max. What good is a Southern Cookbook without THAT one, for petesakes. Good Grazy!! ...Decker or Don will HAVE to come out their chef's retirement. Then Don can whip up a Slimfast mocha pie while he's in the kitchen.

xx oo

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