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GUEST,stringsinger Happy Birthday Frank Hamilton-Stringsinger (39) RE: Happy Birthday Frank Hamilton-Stringsinger 01 Aug 09


Hi Kat,

How lovely of you! I always enjoy your good spirited posts and I am grateful to be the recipient of one of them.

"Thanks for sharing with us and being here."

Mudcat is a very special place and you help to make it that way.

"I ALWAYS watch for your postings...esp. as we seem to agree on a lot of things, esp. politics. (Does that mean I'm a commie?**bg**"

I call that being an American. We have a rich tradition of Progressive and Leftist thinking in this country and we get to honor it here. Neither of us would have fared well under Stalin.

"Just read your notes on how you were introduced back when.) I also read your postings for the benefit of your experience and eloquence of expression. Thanks, again, and here's to a year that brings you all that you need and desire."

That's so sweet of you. Thank you so much. More and more it's important for those of us like Art, KyTrad and Kendall who have watched the folk movement grow up share with what we know from our own personal experience. Unfortunately Sandy is not around now.
There are others here who can share that have seen things happen like Joe Offer and Dick Greenhaus.

When you hang around long enough you get to see things happen and I'm just as enthusiastic about what's going on now in folkdom as I ever was. I am encouraged to see new people coming in to Mudcat.

Kat you are so nice. Thank you.

Frank Hamilton


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