Its been so long since I last checked in I don't really know where to start!

I guess I should probably start by saying THANKS YOU all so so so much for all the love and support on my latest set "Love."

And if you're interested, I have yet another set hitting Member Review very soon! It looks like May 10th will be...
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silversurfer:
Sounds like you're on a roll.  That's great.
eduardosantos:
Linda <3
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1. I don't like chocolate. Don't judge. It's just not my cup of tea. (Actually I think all you people are crazy for liking it. It's really foul stuff.) (I know, I know "You're crazy! Who doesn't like chocolate?!")

2. I snort when I laugh. Some of you might actually know that already but it's a big snort...
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pascipio:
You are so beautiful!
mrwaverly:
I love classical music: it was always playing when I was a kid. I can remember hearing 'Fingal's Cave', by Mendelssohn, 'Symphonie Fantastique', by Berlioz, lots of Tchaikovsky, and Beethoven, Bach and Handel, the latter three I have no liking for. I love 'Ma Vlast', by Smetana, 'Shaker Loops', by Adams, 'The Walk To The Paradise Garden', by Delius, but my absolute favourite piece, is the utterly exquisite 'Fantasy On A Theme By Thomas Tallis', by Vaughn Williams. It's about 17 minutes long, and I can listen to it over and over. It really takes you out of yourself - it ebbs and flows, like a tide. It's like lying on the top of a high hill on a beautiful day, watching the birds wheeling in the sky. There are parts that, despite many listens, make my heart soar, in the same way it does when you are hopelessly in love. It is a tremendously English piece of music - it's Swifts and Swallows, and Church spires, Castles and Spitfires. It is deceptively complicated, utilising only strings, but two orchestra's worth, playing in a 'call and response' manner, which is why it is not played live very often. The soaring, beautiful apotheosis never fails, despite my best efforts, to bring tears to my eyes, and I'm sure this was the intended effect. It is utter bliss. A perfect (if something can be so said to be) piece of music.