Oops... Thanks for the edit! (I'm not sure how I managed to type those derpy tags.)
I believe, that I'll be attending a quaint gathering for the 4th... Otherwise, trying to make the proverbial hay while, the literal sun, shines :) Much to do for the inevitable, rainy to winter conditions to come, in the next few months... How 'bout you? Yes, the few times that I do remember to launch Discord... you are not on, lately... and, I tend to be dog tired, much the remainder of that time... I've been up about 06:30, these last few mornings... I'm surprised, that I'm still awake now (23:16)...
We'll get there again! :)
Aye, it is from my own creation and, it be of my own resemblance... 'tis I, that you seek to know of ;)
Yeah - I was going to do it a few months back yet, I got the nomination for best avatar then, so... waited until now. I don't know where I'm going with it or. what I'll be doing... (Marka: beta V2.5a?)
Yo! Hmm... You're probably thinking of this post, although a subsequent forum software update changed the format of the album URLs, rendering the post text-only. The images didn't move, though; they're all here.
I made an animated GIF of the diaper sizes too, and it was posted to imageshack. Imageshack seems to have archived it, though, and the link no longer works. I'm sure I still have it...somewhere. Of course, all of the prints have changed since I did this stuff, as have a number of the sizes.
Last summer, with the intention of redoing all of this, I bought the latest versions of every Huggies and Pampers product, but a family emergency popped up and diverted my attention. D'oh!
There is a serious troll spamming the entire site right now I am sure you are already on it I reported one of their pics earlier but now this has gotten out off hand please do something immediately thank you.
Cool that you have been listening to it. It's both beautiful and dramatically effective. Years ago I used to do many of the classical works. We did big works when I was at the 3200 member church in Ohio, like the Brahms Requiem. Times have changed and the church I'm now at likes more contemporary music. I still play classical works on organ and piano. It challenges me which is something I need.
The cantata I'm doing with my choir is "What Love Is This" and it's actually written as a collaboration by several authors, Lloyd Larson, Mary McDonald, Brad Nix, Marty Parks and Larry Shackley. It's a Lorenz publication. They used to be the easy anthem company for small churches, but that was a long time ago. Their head editor is someone I went to college with, Gilbert Martin. Now they publish all sorts of music.