Thursday, February 02, 2006

Archives

...were a topic of conversation recently. I don't know much about it, so I checked out the links at the Saskatchewan Archives Board. I think my archives should include the following two significant items and the related documentary material.


A fine writer mailed them to me at the end of 2005. I feel really big when I hold that little chair in my hand.

8 comments:

Tracy Hamon said...

Hey, that chair reminds me of something you said before: "Look up, look way up, and I'll call Rusty."

Brenda Schmidt said...

Speaking of which...

Anonymous said...

I didn't realize the chair was so wee in comparison to the Jam. *G* It is the Jam of Unusual Size, perhaps. Fine on its own, but dangerous when combined. I knew you would know exactly what to do with it.

*hugs*

Yeah, you know who this is from. Be hugging you in a week!

Amy Nelson-Mile said...

Hi Brenda,

Speaking of archives, at the SWG's Fall Conference this year we're going to have a session on literary archives. Maybe you know about that already? I don't know what they'll have to say about jam, though . . . .

MackJohnny said...

The only thing I miss about Manitoba is saskatoon jam.

GM said...

Hey, what flavour is that jam? Chairy?

Ariel Gordon said...

To my mind, a better question is will the pants and their soiled posterior that occasioned the joshing ALSO be a part of your archives?

Brenda Schmidt said...

Hugs! You're here! In my opinion Everything is wee in comparison to the Jam. Maybe that means Everything = Chair. Yes. That makes sense.

Amy, that's great! It's a session I will not miss.

John, I've never had Saskatoon jam in Manitoba. I don't think I could. It just wouldn't feel right. I can only do Saskatoons in Saskatchewan.

G. Good grief.

Ariel, trust you to put a soiled posterior on my blog. What next!