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hello My class and i from st.joes loved your presentation~Emma
Thank you for coming to the Ellis school. I think your project is a great idea. I hope you have a great time. I can't wait until its finished.
Maeve from Ellis
I think you are one of the most talented, intelligent, gifted, and amazing men i have ever met. But why didn't you pick me to sign the picture! I'm so angry now! Im going to cry!! Goodbye, Forever!
PS. Bailey is adorable
I love your idea, I love the art & the science, and the blending of the two. I enjoyed the use of the Celtic knotwork, whose name I've forgotten (you didn't give it) but represents the triple Goddess, which you neglected to mention.
You came to my daughter's elementary school and I saw your presentation there. I was disappointed that you didn't provide an opportunity for anyone who so desired to sign the work.
Hi I'm Michael Kodama and Patrick himself came to Lynden Middle Schooland presengted a piece of art he calls the Signature Project.I thought this was the most magnifacent piece of art I've
ever seen. It brings life itself into a wonderful piece of art. It makes you think how many beautiful things that are in life.
K & J
We saw you today (1/13/05)at Centennial Elementary in Olympia Washington and wish you luck in getting done with your project.
Thank you for coming to our school. I really liked it alot. Do you know what my favorite part was? The music. I want to learn how to play the violin. Could I have your CD for when I go to sleep at night, it's so relaxing? Please email me back. Thanks!
I loved the assembly that you did at Wellington today. Do you think you could do another one at Wellington next year?
I saw your assembly and i really thoguht it was cool. The project is going to look really cool when your finished!
Hi. I was at your show today at Wellington Elementry. It was really cool. Im in fourth grade. my brother Ryan saw it too. He is in first grade. My favorite part was when you called your brother in Ireland and played music over the phone.