I woke up worrying today. My better self told me to "chill" and give myself a day for breathing and reflection. I found this 15-year-old silly self portrait cane in a cabinet the other day and realized I’ve been playing with polymer for a very long time. FYI, the cane sliced nicely.

Jump in the way-back machine with me and visit some of these old friends and projects (some links are outdated). A day for historic reflection and calm.

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  • reply Sherry Bailey ,

    Way-back machine, indeed! I miss Kathy Amt — I wonder how she’s doing. That was a nice stroll down memory lane! Thanks!

    • reply Mary Fassler ,

      This was a fun romp in the past….for a newbie like me, it really is a history lesson!
      Thank you

      • reply Michael Gorges ,

        i think we all did “silly self portraits” when we were 15.

        • reply Kim Cavender ,

          Great cane, Cynthia! But, you’re WAY prettier than that! It was fun to go back and look at all of those photos and reminisce a bit. Thanks for sharing them.

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