Re: [Harp-L] Taking time off
Mike, as a lover of the harmonica in general and a human being, I wish you a speedy recovery, both for you and for the harp itself. You've certainly been a credit to the instrument.
You were making external springs long before I had the idea, in that, and in other areas of the harmonica, you have been an inspiration.
Good luck to you.
Dave Payne Sr.
Elk River Harmonicas
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From: "diachrome@xxxxxxxxxxx" <diachrome@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, November 5, 2008 6:25:37 PM
Subject: [Harp-L] Taking time off
I'm taking the next several months off from my repair and restoration business to work on my health. It hasn't been good lately and my Dr. has me on close observation.
Being that my day job and repair business are both sit down jobs I've gained considerable weight in the past 10 years. The weight gain isn't good being an asthma sufferer. Cholesterol levels are very high too so it's time to take time to fix myself. I'm directing all my past customers to Dick Gardner for services while I'm recouping.
I thank my customers for their support and hope they will understand my need to take care of myself so I'll be around to take care of them down the road.
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