Drawing on Skitch, accessed through Evernote, by Lyla Willingham Lindquist.
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Really. I thought it was a gold plate. It’s my fault we don’t do our ceilings in gold leaf in South Dakota?
But I think I lined up a guy with the scaffolding to help us move in the ceiling, as soon as he gets done building his grain bin.
Do you really think TED can wait that long for me to get my fashion solution together? Tell the guy the grain bin can wait.
Okay, I know I don’t keep up on Twitter, so I miss out on news of this sort, but how did I miss the news that Laura is giving a TED talk? I’m not surprised one bit; I was wondering when that would happen.
Or… are you two just joshin?
If I give a TED talk, it might have to be about Lyla and Skitch. About how one should never underestimate the power of her pointer finger.
And you, dear Kimberlee, should never underestimate the power of your sweet confirmations. If I ever stand on the red circle, I’ll need to give you a wink for believing I could be there.
Which sounds a bit like Lilo and Stitch, for children’s Disney fans.
You make me laugh. Always.
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