Saturday, September 15, 2018

crosstify...

Checking the tracking, I see that the crosses are finding their new homes.  If you feel so inclined - send me a photo of you and your cross that I can post on the blog.  There is still heavy demand for them so I will keep melting and casting for the time being.  The next batch ships out Wednesday.  Cheers!  75,85,67,0,B

8 comments:

Sam Finn said...

Picture of me, my cross and star will go out later tonight. An honor to be on TFL with my prized posessions. God bless.

Rita B. said...

Photo should be there. I had been watching the tracker and it had said that it should arrive at 8pm tonight. Of course our post office isn't open that late, so I figured it would be here Monday. This has been a very bad week due to family issues. Today in particular I had a lot of stress and anger. I wasn't questioning God, but I was doing a lot of talking to him concerning our problems. And then I got home, checked the mailbox and there was my cross. I won't lie. There was tears. Thank you. I love my Field Lab cross. Rita B.

Sam Finn said...

God bless Rita B.

Rita B. said...

Thank you Sam. And also you.

Margery Bills said...

Otzi, the 5,000 B.C. Ice Man had 2 crosses tattooed on him like yours. Researching his DNA showed he was from Sardinia (Etruscan like my Tuscany, Italy, ancestors and had O positive blood like me). Next, they said his descendants would still live in Sardinia and could be traced.

remmij said...

Margery – 61
Ötzi

victor delgado said...
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Margery Bills said...

Remmij, interesting. T-15 was probably pain coming from T-07 in his spine. At least the pain I once had at T-15 was supposedly emmanating from my spine T-07 according to the doctors. Otzi had Lyme disease which caused his arthritis and joint pain. Also he had calcium in his arteries (like cholesterol sort of) and for him this was causing hardening of the arteries or oncoming Alzheimer's/dimentia. It could have also caused vein pain in his legs too possibly. He had Whipworm in his stomach. They are going to try to recreate his voice but his arm across his throat could cause some problems. He had the blood of 4 people on him (2 on one arrowhead, one on his coat). He had been in a battle but someone shot him in the back in the shoulder and the arrowhead is still in him. It struck an artery. Then his skull was cracked and a brain bleed and three cracked ribs. He is the oldest homicide.