Re: Southwest Henna Conference pics
Posted by Maureen on May 22, 2002 at 16:18:22:
after having been frozen for prolonged periods of time. This does
give a lot of hope. It is really great to not have to waste and toss
out batches of henna paste when too much has been made. Or
sometimes, just when I am testing henna powders and pastes, I mix up
a batch but only have the time and skin to do test dots and lines
with it. The rest gets tossed. Now I can go back to it. So this is
useful information. I guess it was rather unreasonable of me to
think the batch I left in the freezer for five months would have been
any good after thawing...it wasn't.
The pics are wonderful. Looks like great fun to take advantage of
all that outdoors has to offer. Knowing how to dance and sidestep
the coyote is what matters. Sounds and looks like you all did a
great job of doing that. It is a pleasure being able to see the
faces of more of the people who post here. Hi all!!!
Beyond all else, you are the greatest and bravest troopers I know.
That bear poop and scratchings would have done it for me. The
Rangoli, harquous (sp), henna, henna lectures and henna
testing...sounds well worth whatever hassles you had getting there.
And isn't it great having a child in your group. Something about
their spirit and energy...giving, spontaneous, grounded in fun...just
can be contageous. Glad you had Little Cat to share during your
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