Dr. Jasmine has graciously agreed that we can post the B&B guest book from Plum Days. Many thanks to all the guests for coming and for leaving a few brief comments!
You’ll notice that four of the participants haven’t signed the book: Marcus Eugenius (creator of the Robinson Family), Mikaela Hawkins (an emigree from Le Dynastie d’Angers), and Saffron Bird (who has arrived from Skinner Saga) didn’t stay at the B&B, and they’ve also all three decided to stay in town for a while. Aya Ikeda (from the Ikeda Legacy) arrived late and also didn’t stay at the B&B. She’s staying with us, and she’s thinking she might stay awhile, too.
Oakenstead B&B Guest Book
Thank you so much for hosting Plum Day! The timing of the festival was perfect, letting us find a home-away-from-home while our family was in-between computers. We really enjoyed meeting everyone and all the fun activities! We’re sorry that you didn’t get a chance to meet Keegan. He was enjoying his independence and exploring a new town. Come see us for New Year’s!
–Sarah and Mariah
The Gnome Kickers
From MarkArchy (aka @AkramA)
Thanks. I had fun. I liked the park. –Philip
I liked dancing with Rose. You guys talk funny. –Dandre
Thank you! We had so much fun. I never knew I liked to read. Now I like to read. Thanks! –Rose
Irene and Roland
From Martymor (aka @DavidMCSessy)
(For episodes featuring Irene, see:
So, thanks. I guess. I know I wasn’t really a ball of laughs. I had some things on my mind. And Irene. Well, that’s Irene. I’m glad I came, though. Seeing those kids, especially Rose, it got me thinking about what’s really important. I’m glad you had good cell phone reception there. Anyway, yeah. –Roland
Cathy Tea, Emma, my good friends… thank you for hosting our family. We were delighted to see you in your own home town and to meet your family and friends. That’s what it’s really all about, isn’t it? Family and friends.
Thank you for throwing the Black & White in my honor. I always feel honored when I am with you, so no party is necessary! But I do like my Black & White!
LeSean and I have open doors to you. You know that.
We’ll be seeing you! –Angela
So. Thanks. I had fun. I really enjoyed meeting Sarah and Mariah Nunley. I felt like they understood me. One thing that’s great about meeting new people and seeing new places is that it really makes you appreciate home and family. At least, that was my experience. Thanks again! (I can’t wait to get home!)
Thanks isn’t a big enough word. I’m transformed. I felt like I was breathing new air the whole time–from the moment my hands touched that clay through the last time I walked out the door of the hippie house, I felt like I was high on something that can only be called life itself. It’s like the essence of life was infused into me. I’m different–I’ve touched something I never knew was inside of me. I don’t know what I’m going to do with my life now, but I know that I’ve tasted what is real, and that’s what I want from here on out.
E.W. + C.T. = ❤ 4evr
Max and Liz Evans
Thanks so much! We had a really great time. This was just what Max and I needed. We really enjoyed getting to meet everybody, especially Sarah Firecracker and the Nunleys. And I think I discovered something that I’ve been searching for… so thanks! Hope your Plum Day is plummy!
–Liz and Max
I have to get home. Robin needs me. He wants me to sing to him. Do Daddy and Johnny sing to him while I’m gone? I want to see Daddy and Johnny, too. I hope Daddy is taking care of himself.
Oh, I enjoyed meeting new friends, especially Mr. Blue Uni.
There was always beautiful music playing. And I like the scent of cinnamon.
Why did someone have to break the dollhouse? Life can be so cruel. Violence is unnecessary.
Dani and Ana Pringle
Dr. Jasmine, Cathy Tea, Emma, Tanisha, Forrest, Gray, and Alex: Thank you so much for Plum Day! Dani and I will always treasure this time that we had together here taking part of your joyful celebration!
Dani told me that she learned so much from meeting so many different people. That’s what life is all about!
If you’re ever in our part of the digital world, be sure to look us up!
Lots of love,
Toya Toeda and Hunter O’Malley
Q: How can you tell a hippie has been at your house?
A: He’s still there.
Q: What did he say when you told him to leave?
A: Namaste. (Nah, mah stay.)
Q: What did the Deadhead say when he ran out of weed?
A: Man, this music sucks!
So this guy got his dog really high. He tells the dog “Play dead.” And the dog says, “Nah man, play Floyd!”
Yeah, dudes–it was real!
The Alien Family
We had a lovely time! Well, ok. I’ll admit that the fire really spooked all of us. But we survived! And now we have a story to tell to our grandkids!
We really appreciated having some time with just the family, away from all the responsibilities of work, school, and legacy life.
–Thrintun, Charlie, and the kids