I have a winter set of 5 x 7″ notecards available as random assortment or handpicked selection. These are printed directly as color copies of a PDF file, onto a glossy coverstock paper using a high quality printer, and were quite popular recently at the Trout Lake Christmas Bazaar!
PRICE: 10 pack with envelopes for $25 or 6 for $15
I can take payment via paypal, debit/ credit, or check.
Include shipping and handling of $5 (or $7 for larger orders of 20 or more) and tax on Washington orders.
1. Order a random set and I will pick out the number of cards you want for you ;
2. Give me a list of card numbers and how many of each in an email to starlisa.black (at) gmail (dot) com or on facebook message at https://www.facebook.com/StarlisaBlack . Include your email, and I can send you an invoice which you can pay with paypal, or credit/debit cards; or send a check to
P.O. Box 854,
White Salmon, WA, 98672
These cards have no writing inside, but on the back there is a fair amount of information on what and where, and in some cases a bit of history and other tidbits about our area. I intentionally left them as generic winter cards primarily because I have a wide range of friends and fans on many religious and non religious paths in life and I like to honor individual choice.
“Laws as such do not make people better” said Nasrudin to the King. “They must practice certain things in order to become attuned to inner truth. This form of truth resembles apparent truth only slightly.”
The King decided he could, and would, make people observe the truth. He could make them practice truthfulness.
His city was entered by a bridge. On this he built a gallows. The following day, when the gates were opened at dawn, The Captain of the Guard was stationed with a squad of troops to examine all who entered.
An announcement was made: “Everyone will be questioned. If he tells the truth, he will be allowed to enter. If he lies, he will be hanged.”
Nasrudin stepped forward.
“Where are you going?”
“I am on my way,” said Nasrudin slowly, “to be hanged.”
“We don’t believe you!”
“Very well, if I have told a lie, then hang me!”
“But if we hang you for lying, then we will have made what you said come true!”
“That’s right; now you know what the truth is…YOUR truth!”
A passage from the third Idries Shal collection, The Exploits of the Incomparable Mulla Nasrudin; (p.7)
It was a wild and fun ride to Trout Lake this morning to the Christmas bazaar, like old times when I lived up there and braved those snow covered roads daily all the way to White Salmon and back. The bazaar was a success thanks to the folks from Trout Lake and Beyond, made some sales and lovely trades and had many good hugs and visits from old friends. THank you Trout Lake!!! Also I was invited to come join the Trout Lake Art Festival next year.
Brought some snow and ice back to share with you!
( ps; I am now taking presales for calendars which will be out in a couple weeks. I will post a set of images as soon as I finish them)
Finding little treasures in my archives I never shared! This guy was just so fun to watch. I hope you enjoy also!
By the way I am finally putting together a calendar, this year has been very slow for me. Please let me know if you might be interested one one or more, so I don’t make too many.
Also, my print show at Mugs Coffee on highway 14 in the middle of Bingen, WA will be up through December if you want to get by there to see! I am told it really brightens up the room. :)