|17 Jun 2005|| Marijke Mahieu|
Oh dear, what happened in this corner of the woods?!? I hope you actually still recognize me...It's been over a year since I last visited your page, but I will never forget your sweet comments when I had just joined Elfwood. I think you were practically the first Elfwoodian to come and comment on my page
So all of a sudden today I decide I'll come and see old acquintances and I hardly recognize this page! What happened to the Locked Truth (that was the title, right?) story?
Anyway, I WILL come back to read your new stories, only now I'm off for the weekend. But I'll be back. It's a promise
*does first comment boogie and leaves a plate of cookies*
|21 Jul 2005|| Richard Lorenz|
Hey, I'm back to visit, too. I won't hurt your trees, mostly because they are bigger than me and I am scared of Treebeard.
I've got a few new stories and some new chapters up, too. So, I'm off to read what you have left here.
http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/libr/s/t/strichard/strichard.html Suzannah Carrick
replies: "hehehe I take the hint. Give me half an hour..."
|22 Oct 2005|| Erik Jensen|
Hmm... What does 'naff' mean? Suzannah Carrick
replies: "*An England-English word, meaning terrible, rubbish, or marginally bad."
|2 Jan 2006|| A.R. Cox|
Hello hello! I've come a'looking, a'looking I have come! I like your bio, heh heh, and now I'm going to see if your stories are as good (which I'm sure they will be)! Suzannah Carrick
replies: "*Lifts Henry up by the scruff of the neck* Yes he doesn't look much like a bio..."
|5 Jan 2006|| Mercedes A Boggs|
Hi there! I came to visit your site and leave a few muddy footprints. (It's raining here...it always rains here...but that's good. More mud.) I read a short story and loved it, and I can't wait to read more. Your bio was great and caught my attention quickly (a feat in itself). Will you write more about the poor chap? Suzannah Carrick
replies: "Don't worry about the mud, I have plenty of my own but I always welcome some more *points to muddy tracks criss-crossing everywhere* thanks for dropping by."
|30 Nov 2007|| James C. Oliver|
Goodness, its been *years* since I've been around, but I grew some new saplings; check 'em out and tell me what you think!