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Michael's message by suzulu on 13 May 2008 4:28pm
 
A lovely message from Michael! We have a new programme to look forward to - sounds like it's going to be interesting.

Pleased he received the card OK.
 
Re: Michael's message by macauley on 13 May 2008 5:31pm
 
yes, nice to hear from him! We also have a 2 year old grandson (couple of months older than Archie) and his is the American version of "wailway"....our Henry says "twain"... lotsa fun!!
 
Re: Michael's message by kisch on 13 May 2008 7:50pm
 
This brightened up my day no end ! Thank you, Michael, for mentioning St Petersburg, it means a lot. Grreat !:)) Big smile on my face this evening.
 
Re: Michael's message by fairygirl48 on 13 May 2008 8:15pm
 
Archie's the cutest two year-old I've ever heard of. :)

So happy to hear he read our birthday messages! Thanks for the kind words, Michael!
 
Re: Michael's message by HelenBachari on 13 May 2008 8:22pm
 
It's brightened my day in dreary old NZ, too!
 
Re: Michael's message by MMMmmm... on 13 May 2008 9:13pm
 
How wonderful to hear from Michael! Michael, you see it here, but I don't know if you truly know how happy you make us, when we hear from you! (You are too humble to ever know.) (wink, wink - but it's true!) You made me so happy I feel a bit giddy... So thank you! Travel is wonderful, but so is home. I traveled a lot when first out of college, but now I like the view of the world from the comfort of my couch... for the best of both worlds...!
*Much Love!*

*p.s* I would have liked to sign Project Palin as well - I thought it was something started before I came to the site. What a fun idea - sad I missed it! *But happy Project Palin was a mission accomplished!*
 
Re: Michael's message by mrsthing on 13 May 2008 9:44pm
 
Yes, I was so excited when I saw the "no subject" message in my inbox! I almost wet myself when I saw the mysterious "unknown sender"! I was torn--should I delete this potential spam message, or open it, risking exposure to a computer virus? Curiously, but carefully, I opened it.

Thank you, Michael, for mentioning my home state! Yes, you do have at least one fan in Connecticut. I mentioned you to some friends the other night, and they said, "Who?" But they say that for John Cleese, too, so you're in good company. My physical therapist recognized the name "Monty Python", but he didn't know any of the Pythons were still "doing anything". Guess he thought you were all in nursing homes, drooling into your laps in the rec room while game shows blared into your blank faces. Middle class twit! I straightened him out.

This only stands to prove my point that there needs to be more Pythonic activity here in Connecticut!

But I'm glad you had a happy day and could be with your family, especially your grandson. Two-year-olds are usually obsessed with modes of transportation and construction equipment. When my daughter was 2, she also liked those things, but she especially liked gargoyles. Fortunately, there are a good number of them at Yale University, not far from where we live, so we took her to see them. Weirdness runs in our family, and that is why I remain,

Your fan and admirer,
Mrs. Thing
 
Re: Michael's message by Palin_Lover on 14 May 2008 1:29am
 
Oooh, a new message! What a nice way to end my day! I am definitely looking forward to that WWI documentary, sounds very intresting indeed. And the return to "Around the World in 80 Days" sounds like fun as well. :)

Awww, Archie sounds so adorable! This was a great thing to find when I clicked on this evening. ^__^
 
Re: Michael's message by tucsonmike on 14 May 2008 3:10am
 
It was a nice message. Thank you, Mr. P!
 
Re: Michael's message by johnnythemonkey on 14 May 2008 9:24am
 
I thought it was a very warm and well constructed message to us admirers of him and his work.
It's infuriating that he's still so bloody nice when he is well into 'old git' stage of his life ! :)
 
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