More glitten-mania!

More glitten-mania!

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Just received a new set of glittens, very high tech. Note that these not only have hats for fingers, but hats for thumbs. If there were glittens for my tucas …

(Note that Elvis is still in the building.)

Thanks to Andrew R and Micah S, and to the mysterious Mabel for the photo!

yes, I'm easily amused.

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Ashley Jordan

Hi my name is Ashley Jordan a student at Spring Creek High School,
in Spring Creek Nevada. I was wondering if you would consider
giving me an online interview about media journalism and mass communications.
For my junior project, I am to interview people of the in a specific field of work, and I have chosen journalism.
Your participation would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You
If you could let me know by march at all possible that would be great
Ashley D. Jordan

Ashley Jordan

Hi my name is Ashley Jordan a student at Spring Creek High School,
in Spring Creek Nevada. I was wondering if you would consider
giving me an online interview about media journalism and mass communications.
For my junior project, I am to interview people of the in a specific field of work, and I have chosen journalism.
Your participation would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You
Ashley D. Jordan
my email adress is splvr_3@hotmail.com

Rene Edde

Glittens: Ahh what a marvelous thing!!!
I'm a photojournalist working Nepal currently and have just made a trip home to Chicago to visit family and friends, do some work, etc…
Where am I going with this???
What was my choice souvenir for nearly all the other photographers on my list??? Hand knitted Nepali Glittens, lined with fleece, and some with thumb hats!!
I went through two pairs myself (wearing them thin) and just couldn't get enough of them to bring home! I think I bought 50% of the glittens sold in the greater Kathmandu valley!!!
Two thumbs up, hats off of course, to your ode to glittens!!

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