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June 21, 2006

Calgary ho!

Mag will be in Calgary this week to discuss home organization with like-minded souls at the Home Depot, 1818 16th Avenue NW, 10am-2pm on Saturday the 24th (which happens to be her closest living relative's birthday, so come on by and help Mag give him the royal bumps).  Mag will be revealing before-and-after shots of her most disastrous corners and crannies, and she'll also be handing out free samples of home organisation products.  What's not to love?

Dsc00002_3 Mag on the Vancouver leg of her tour with the charming Mike and Loretta Jackson.

Comments

Stuart

Hi Mag! Great to see you on the road! Don't forget to replace old fashioned light bulbs wherever you go! Let me know if you need some. I have about 4000 to spare.

All the best,
Stuart

Kelly Batt

Good Afternoon Mag, I just saw your session on the News at Noon on CTV with Sage Pullen. I would like to chat with you if at all possible while you are in Calgary this weekend about putting some information on your website as well as providing you with a pink toolbelt and gloves. I am starting a company by the name of Pink Trades, Accessories for the Trades "Woman"!. I am setting up as the Canadian Distributor for Girlgear Industries out of the US. I would be very pleased to meet with briefly to see if we could discuss this exciting opportunity that would benefit both of us.

I have done several design/decorating initatives within my own home, making a wine rack useful as a magazine rack or towel holder in the bathroom, using a plant pot upside down for a candle holder, remodelling an old wooden box and cuttingthe lid and making it a storage box with a cushion for a seat by your entrance way to name a few.

I would love to meet with you and I can be reached at 204-9936 or at email at kmbatt@shaw.ca or pinktrades@shaw.ca.

Thanks very much Mag, and I wish you the best while you are in Calgary.

Respectfully, Kelly Batt

Hamed

Dear Mag Ruffman,
I am writing you from Tehran, Iran.
I got really surprised by seeing your nice blog. Maybe you wonder why I know you. The fact is that you are very popular in Iran, because the series you acted in, as Road to Avonlea, Anne of Green Gables and Island stories have been broadcasted in Iranian TV, and are broadcasted now again because people enjoyed the story and all the actors, like you. Aunt Olivia!
Anyway, I wish you a lot of success and new masterpieces, on behalf of my country.
Best,
Hamed

m-valavi

hi mag
i'm mohammad valavi from iran,tehran.
i'm 20 and industrial engineering student
when i was in high school our tv start road to avonlea series (8 or 9 years ago) and many many people like me fall in this series! yes thats true in iran road to avonlea choosed the BEST SERIES OF THE YEAR and FAVORITE PEOPEL SHOW OF THE YEAR
i'm so glad to find this place.
best,

Aly

hello mag
i'm so glad to find this place.
i am 5o yrs and a carpenter would be nice to find a job i work with wood about 30yrs ago i can make sometoys with wood be nice to help me for that thnx

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