Dorothy Macready
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At 1:10am on October 12, 2017, Paul Dodd said…

thanks for you comment on my breezy day . status quo were the first group I saw back in 1974 a girl who joined my group of friends had a problem with the wind . she  loved the 1970s fashion of stacked shoes and wide flares. we knew her for 6 month before being Invited to her parent house where we found out she was much shorter than she normally appeared  in the hallway there were pairs of 7 and 8 inch platforms her true hight was 4ft 7inch so trying move about in a breeze was a difficult rebalancing act

At 4:45am on October 7, 2017, Barbara Cullen said…

Hello Dorothy. I'm most grateful for your lovely comments on my building, thank you most kindly.. Barbara Cullen

At 8:48pm on September 29, 2017, John R said…

Hi Dorothy

Thanks so much for the wonderful comments.....you are so right about these elderly wonderful folks having a story or stories to tell. 

Have a great weekend and again much appredciated. 

John 

At 7:02pm on September 24, 2017, Barbara Cullen said…

Many thanks Dorothy for your oh so lovely remarks on my art piece, the encouragement is much needed... thanks again

At 9:02am on September 21, 2017, Paul Dodd said…

There are a number of ballads from different industries and ways of life and I thought they were well made with the stories and linking songs.. I've no doubt that a lot of the steel from your plant ended up on the ford production lines.  I was on maintenance  so kept well away from production. I hadn't  thought to look on YouTube and will have a look to see if there are more that were missed on Spotify

Best wishes paul

At 6:43am on September 21, 2017, Paul Dodd said…

Hi Dorothy . What you've done sounds like what was used to go with the ballads , but this one was based around the Sheffield steel works with former worker and their families talking about the job, the way of life  , the danger and the effect on the family . there are a wholes series of these that were run on radio 2 with ballads  in between. I found it fascinating

For a number of years My dad poured  molten metal to make engine blocks and told  enough horror stories of split molds and  accidentally poundings to me out of the foundry but I ended up in fords big Dagenham car plant  

At 2:51pm on September 20, 2017, John R said…

Hi again Dorothy

Thanks so much for the remarks on the graphite drawing of the biolermaker.....yes I thought he looked like there was an air of confidence about him so I appreciate the background on this skillful trade. 

Very interesting to learn about images we find interesting to create into artwork.

Thanks again my friend.

John 

At 9:56pm on September 17, 2017, John R said…

Thanks again Dorothy....always appreciate your wonderful comments. 

John 

At 8:04am on September 5, 2017, Harry13 said…

Thank you Dot for your lovely comment. Much appreciated. xxx

At 12:20pm on August 28, 2017, Mary Rogers said…

Hi Dorothy, thanks so much for your kind comment on my meerkat drawing. He was fun to do and I just loved his smile. It made me smile just drawing that face. haha.

 
 
 

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