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P.S. If you want to send something but feel your conlanging isn't up
to it, you can also just send a 1-page letter.

- Sai

On Sat, Nov 16, 2013 at 11:54 PM, Sai <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all.
>
> You may've seen the CHAT thread re
> http://www.berkeleyside.com/tag/luke-sasha-fleischman/.
>
> I'm in SF (until the 20th, at which point I'll be traveling a lot
> until late January) and am also an agendered conlanger. I plan to pay
> Sasha a visit in the hospital to deliver a 'get well soon' card and
> welcome them to the wider conlanging community.
>
> I invite you to join with me in this by contributing to the card (and
> accompanying letter) in your conlang.
>
>
> If you would like to contribute, please email me directly with:
>
> 1. A short message of support written in your conlang. This could be
> something like "get well soon", or whatever else you deem appropriate
> for this situation.
>
> Because I need to assemble this into a collage card by hand, please
> give this to me as either
> a) a plain text email (if it can be written in standard Unicode)
> b) a .doc/docx/rtf/odt file plus font (if you have a conscript with
> custom font), or
> c) a high res black on white image (or color on white, if color is
> linguistically significant in your conscript).
>
> 2. (optional) A 1 page 8.5x11" PDF document that I can print as is, containing:
> * an explanation or interlinear of the message (same as you'd give for
> a conlang relay)
> * your name and a link to your conlang's website
> * any personal note or message that you would like to give Sasha
>
>
> I will bring the joint card and everyone's letters with me as an
> in-person delivery for Sasha to show our community's support for one
> of our own.
>
> Because I am leaving the country on the 20th and need to prepare /
> pack / file FEC stuff / etc, I plan to make the visit Monday evening
> or Tuesday morning, which is why I need it in by noon Monday. (Sooner
> is better, of course.)
>
> Thanks,
> - Sai