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Guest 24-Sep-2012 18:28
miss you, can't get a message through email or skype. are you ok? my computer is up and running now....if you get this let me know. lost your phone number. my number is 562 6973156 or cell 562 7062120 linda
Guest 05-Jun-2012 04:41
p.s. Earlene, sent the last comment
Guest 05-Jun-2012 04:40

always love your work Peggy, wish I had the know how and get up & go to have a web sight like yours! Just would like to get back to painting, art in general. Enjoy the guest book!
jennifer 28-Aug-2011 20:27
Hi Peggy, I'm Jennifer. I'm a member of the Fiber Guild. I read the E-Mail I got about the(free yarn ?). I,m very interested.My home # is 913-829-2371. Please call me any time after 8 pm. Thank you. Jennifer
Starr16-Sep-2009 04:39
Lois sent me your page(s) here. What a site. I'm a slacker by comparison. Thanks for the wonderful tour. I'll be back to browse some. I absolutely love balloons, cats, sunsets, O MY!!!
Kim Honeycutt (Sharp) 29-Dec-2008 00:12
Hi Peggy,

Cathy had given me your photo website, I absolutely love your work. They are beautiful!
Everytime I go to visit my dads house, I always wonder where you have moved to and how your family is. I never see anyone at Bobbys house and Cathy just told me that he moved to Florida. It was very nice to hear from Cathy. Hope all is well with you also.

Kim Honeycutt (Sharp) - mhoneycutt@kc.rr.com or 816-468-7403
Shyam 11-Jun-2008 16:38
I like your pictures, its really a beautiful work, and honest opinion about your action photography :) Keep it up.
Regards
Graham Duncan 01-Mar-2006 15:01
I like your pictures. I like them particularly as I was in Kansas city on that day. Using the city as a base for my research into my family I was travelling across the US by Greyhound. My ancestor was one of the heros of the Battle of Westport, Col Thomas Moonlight of the 11th Kansas during the Civil War. Each night I would pass the area in your photos walking from Kellys in Westport to the bus station in Kansas City. You may have even caught me in one of the photgraphs! A few times I walked at 3am. I would use the Western Auto sign and the tower in 91 to ensure I was going in the right direction! It was also the area where I felt most fear - a sort of no man's land.

Do you have any more photos like those?

Dundee
Scotland
Graham Duncan 01-Mar-2006 14:57
I like your pictures. I like them particularly as I was in Kansas city on that day. Using the city as a base for my research into my family I was travelling across the US by Greyhound. My ancestor was one of the heros of the Battle of Westport, Col Thomas Moonlight of the 11th Kansas during the Civil War. Each night I would pass the area in your photos walking from Kellys in Westport to the bus station in Kansas City. You may have even caught me in one of the photgraphs! A few times I walked at 3am. I would use the Western Auto sign and the tower in 91 to ensure I was going in the right direction! It was also the area where I felt most fear - a sort of no man's land.

Do you have any more photos like those?

Dundee
Scotland
C. Cochran 03-Feb-2006 00:51
familywatchdog web site could U send it to me?
unable to open the one sent to me.
To: cochranc@i-55.com
thanks
C Cochran
Guest 12-Jul-2003 16:21
Thank you for sharing your pic with us. Particularly enjoy your Giraffe shots.

Jan.
Guest 12-Jul-2003 16:20
Thank you for sharing your pic with us. Particularly enjoy your Giraffe shots.

Jan.
Maggie Crooks 30-Jun-2003 00:36
Wow, what wonder pics. I love the cats, and you've done a great job of getting them in natural poses. Not always the easiest thing to do. The sunsets are awesome. That bridge looks almost like Key Bridge in Arlington, VA. Beautiful work.
Guest 10-Jan-2003 19:57
Hi Peggy,
Saw your post in a forum, then linked to your photos, and decided to ask you a question. I am looking into my 1st digicam but have a rich history with SLR (Pentax Spotmatic). I want a manual side to the camera, rich with features for me to experience, as well as the automatic features. Plus there is a cost ceiling - trying to stay under $400 if possible.

So far, I have landed on the Fuji 3800 or the Olympus C-4000, and I think that the C-4000 would have more manual things for me to enjoy, but the 3800 has the 6x zoom. Funny, but my still working Pentax Spotmatic and all the lenses never had a zoom.

I would appreciate your thoughts here, because from looking at your pictures I can see that you are an avid photog and no doubt enjoy the personal creative touches which you bring to each shot.

If possible, could you email me at: lpfannen@tacobell.com

Thanks again for your time,
Lynn Pfannenstiel
Ed 13-Dec-2002 03:28
Were the sunrise / sunset pictures taken in Nicholson PA?
Anna 30-Jul-2002 21:50
Thanks for sharing, Peggy. The pictures are beautiful - my favorites are probably the flowers and roses! You should be very proud of your work - it's very professional!
Guest 18-Jul-2002 01:05
Beautiful photos!!!! Most exquisite cats!!!! Give them all a hug for me!
Winona 28-Mar-2002 03:01
Peggy,

Thanks so much for sharing this gift you have! Beautiful pictures!
Rosanne 27-Mar-2002 14:38
Peggy, your photo's are great!! The roses were my favorite, of course, as they are my all time favorite flower. Mom loved Casey (she's partial to Siamese). The lady above was right, you need to have a calendar made. Looking forward to seeing more.
John Fox 26-Mar-2002 03:33
All 3 ea. are very gud pictures. Is the Cat, the one Bill has ?
Peggy Lawrey25-Mar-2002 21:22
Thank you very much. I love taking pictures. I wish I had more time to do it.
Peggy Lawrey25-Mar-2002 20:49
Thank you. I have made my own calendars as Christmas presents. Sometimes I use family pictures too.
Kristin 25-Mar-2002 15:49
Your pictures are great! You need to have a calendar made at Kinko's or somewhere!
Guest 23-Mar-2002 17:41
Beautiful butterfly pictures. You must be proud.