26 April 2005

The Websites of Dear Friends

Quote for the day:

Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for awhile and leave footprints on our hearts. And we are never, ever the same
Anonymous

A friend is a friend – no matter how long between visits – so today here are links to the websites of my pals and some pals of theirs. Love the diversity and ability of each and every one of them!

Got to know this wonderful lady through extended family.

Manny & Kao

Haven’t seen this friend in over 25 years – love his heart space – adore his music and voice! The Official Norton Buffalo Home Page

Here is a friend of the family that resides in Govel Goth, Mylor Harbour, Falmouth, Cornwall, England. Alaria and I beaded initialed rings and moccasins back in the ‘60’s from the teachings of the women of the Thompson tribe in Lytton, B. C. Linda has taken the art to an entirely different plateau and remembers when she learned from Alaria on her trip to B. C. over 40 years ago. Beaded Bits and Harry Worthit How delightful that Linda credit’s Alaria with her first love of the craft!

This wonderful man and his dedication to ‘out-of-the-box’ and non-greed oriented inventions deserve accolades galore! Our mutual love of Nicola Tesla technology has written an entire page for him in my book-of-life. May his hard work and dedication to healing this planet manifest soon. Do stop by and check out some of his work at Clean Energy Combustion Systems Inc.


These friends’ projects evolved from the efforts of a few dedicated people over a very long period of time and the investment of funds and energy by many more behind the scenes. E and S International – looking forward to the fruits of their labors manifesting on our wonderful Planet Earth.

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