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Dorothy Dorothy wrote on April 3, 2006 at 5:42 am
Hi have had so much pleasure veiwing your guestbook as you say some people have a gift yours is in painting animals,they are so life like,you have another gift that is in writing your book,hope you get it published will keep my eyes and ear's open.I am an older person in years but young ay heart ,have taken to art for pleasure never having done it in my practice both with frustration and pleasure. 8)
Mo Reid from Rawtenstall Mo Reid from Rawtenstall wrote on December 7, 2005 at 2:11 pm
Hello Mrs Chan,I called in one evening 2 weeks ago for chicken curry and we were chatting all about your paintings in the shop, also your son learning/playing the guitar, mentioning that I used to be in a band some years ago. Gosh! I was enthralled with your life-story and you are very talented. Your web site is fantastic and having met you, I enjoyed your sense of humour. My favourite picture was the tiger with those wonderful eyes and also the mirror painting (which I noticed was on the wall in your lounge in one picture you displayed). SO real! If youare still interested in letting two of your "money plants" go to a very good home, my email address is above and I would be delighted to call in to your shop again at your convenience, and if you tell me what size pots to bring, I'll be only too happy to oblige, if necessary.'Bye for now 🙂 I look forward to hearing from you. Keep up the good work on that site!Regards,Mo. 🙂
Kellogg Kellogg wrote on August 20, 2005 at 10:56 am
Ms. Chan, I have been busy working at work and with my study. Just have time to visit your web site. It was quite interesting and you are so talented. And your family are quite nice and happy. I am glad that your son like that guitar and he could actually fix the guitar all by himself. Thanks for the invitation, I will stop by if i come visit my brothers in Liverpool again. Cheers, Kellogg
sandra &phil **crawshawbooth** sandra &phil **crawshawbooth** wrote on April 3, 2005 at 3:14 pm
what a clever girl you are tai the pictures are great a real credit to you you really are wasted in your shop with all your talent you should shut up shop now
Lucienne Lucienne wrote on March 11, 2005 at 12:49 am
It was a great pleasure to be able to visit the gallery.Paintings were so real and vivid as though animals were brought to life. It was amusing the way their eyes were painted, which created a realistic affect. HOpe to be able to visit other new paintings of your gallery in the future.Your pictures show your love for life and for being alife.
Iris Iris wrote on February 28, 2005 at 9:45 am
Will often come here to visit, Tai Tai Chan, good luck for all in future! 8)
Phil Phil wrote on February 28, 2005 at 2:03 am
An interesting site and good read!Good luck with all your future challanges 🙂
Fred Fred wrote on January 18, 2005 at 5:09 am
Hello Tatty, Great "do up" on your site... a very pleasant hour's reading and viewing! 😀 I await this summer's melon report and news of availability of your book. Would "#7" on the forum be another rendering for "Curiosity";? Hope the new year has brought you as much joy as you have distributed amongst your friends. Your site is very tiddy yet very very easy to read. Very good work by all concerned. Kindest regards, fred
Emily Yeung Emily Yeung wrote on January 1, 2005 at 10:15 pm
hi Aunty Chan! i have had a good look at tyour website and i guess all i can say is...WOW! your work is exquisite and the detail is amazing. you are a truly remarkable lady! more like handywoman rather than handyman! all the best in the future and hope to see you soon, Emily Yeung xxxxxx 🙂
Tai Tai Chan Tai Tai Chan wrote on December 16, 2004 at 1:35 pm
Hi everyone, this is a test to see if my guestbook is working now. I am glad that you are enjoying my site, please feel free to comment and add any improvements. Next year, I will try to learn how to load it onto the internet myself, some fun, but one is never too old to gain new skills. Well, it's coming up to Christmas and another New Year, I give you all my best wishes and keep smiling. Tatty
Jack Atherton Jack Atherton wrote on May 31, 2004 at 5:49 pm
excellent Mrs Chan, good luck with the future projects
Marian Rhodes Marian Rhodes wrote on May 18, 2004 at 11:55 am
Hello Mrs Chan - it's beef curry with boiled rice here!!! Just spent the last hour or so browsing your website - it is absolutely riveting. Something for everyone. You are truly multi-talented and very funny!! I wish you every success with your book and any other venture you may embark upon. See you very soon - Regards Mari
lilly my love lilly my love wrote on May 16, 2004 at 10:38 pm
Hi Tai, Site is still improving I see! What a great place to show your natural talent! Thanks very much for the copies, sorry about the email probs. Love to you and the family. str8lolly
Ed Ed wrote on April 9, 2004 at 12:52 am
Tai a woman of many talents. I am honored to have seen your website. The sunset paintings are excellent. I too am a fan of sunsets photographically. You have great talent in creating with wood as well. Another one of my favs when the opportunity presents itself. Have you ever felt a curiousity in exhibiting internationally, like here in Canada? Im sure you would have a market here as well. Looking forward to seeing your future works, and wish you the very best.
Vanessa & David Vanessa & David wrote on February 1, 2004 at 3:00 pm
Hiya Really enjoyed looking at your website, particularly liked your sunsets, which are excellent. Eagerly awaiting more. 😉
Ian Bez Ian Bez wrote on January 26, 2004 at 3:35 pm
Hi Tai, Absolutely Brilliant web site, loads to see. What Tallent you have,you give a new meaning for chippy, didn't now you was so skilled in wood,I know where to come now for my built in Wardrobes that Diane wants me to make. Once again well done, i don't know where you get the energy or time , runing a business as well. The customers don't see you leaving very late at night and coming in during the day as I do. Good luck with the book.I know it will do well.Love the cowboy paintings. All the best God Bless Ian
katie katie wrote on December 10, 2003 at 11:12 pm
well mrs chan i do agree you are a very talented woman-think your work is great. however, i am very hungry at the minute and could murder no 67 on the menu keep up the good work which is bloody marvellous and keep on makin my tummy happyxxx
Ghost Ghost wrote on November 29, 2003 at 1:34 am
Tai Tai Chan had a look at the work youve done . I have a question what cant you do ? great site from a great lady see you soon god bless 😀
Tuppences Tuppences wrote on November 10, 2003 at 5:31 pm
HI Lily!!!!!! Loved your site, specially your paintings!!!!! REALLY nice! Haven't read everything but I will one of these days. You are quite a LADY!!!! WAWWWWWWWW! You are good! LOL I hope you live in London or near. Next time I'll fly there you'll be sure I'll pay you a visit. Well you have to give me your address first. I'll visit you to eat some of your food (hope it is not poisoned lol) and perhaps make you sell me one of your paintings. OK? Hope you'll have a bright future for your book! Best regards and lots and lots of luck!
Bob Bob wrote on November 2, 2003 at 1:08 am
You are a very creative person, and such talent deserves the most positive feedback. I haven't read everything in your website but will someday. Like I said it's very hard for me to laugh at myself right now but I haven't given up hope, yet! I belong to a singles group called STAR (Singles Together Across Rockford) and we have game nights twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month with a breakfast on the 1st Saturday and a Dinner out on the 3rd Saturday. There are 5 Saturdays in Novemeber, so the last one will be a a 5 hour game night fundraiser. That's probably more than you expected, LOL hope to chat with you more sometime.Bob