"Another ave. you might want to consider is a base line of your design that people already with the various lava lamps could buy to retro fit theirs and change the feel and presentation of the owners lamp.Sorta like different bases w/ legs akin to…"
"I have a. Dilemma at the fore front and was wondering if there is a member present that could direct or instruct me about the liquid (not the 'lava') used in the 60s lamps.My most ornery feline "paddy" knocked it down,cracked the…"
"Thank you and greetings,all who revere the everlasting lava God! All kidding aside I do thank you for your warm welcome and hope to learn all I can from the very learned members of this outta site site."
"Hi Louisr and a warm welcome to you here on the friendly and informative site. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and story with us. We hope you get a lot of enjoyment from the lava flow as many, many members here do. We wish you all the very best.x"
Nov 21, 2015
Louise ann is now a member of Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate
I was born in 1960 and have grown up around lavas but I really didn't appreciate their Malachi until around the mid 90s when I saw an original at the thrift store for 2.98. It was then I realized that the reason I wasn't interested in them for the most of the past was because they weren't the same as they were in the sixties because of the u.s.outlawing the original fluid and China started the manufacturing. These lamps were not only a shadow of the originals but much smaller which effected lava flow = less showy less I teresti certainly not demeaning the mods. but prefer the ole dinosaurs for their performance and u.s.linage.Other interests include reptiles( 4 ft Python) cats( currently at 9,& yes I've heard all the cat lady jokes,so spare me.)making fine jewelry,gemstones,Music( producing as well as exploring in addition to just enjoying,driving my sports car and just kicking back.I have severe Rheumatoid disorder ,which is a disease that turns my immune system on to me destroying internal organs,nerves,joints .This progressively worsens as time goes by which makes it harder everyday to eat,sleep,breathe,pick things up,walk,dress myself,drive my car and yes even turn on my lava lamp.So I'm trying to get as much living out of these years I have left to enjoy something as simple and wonderful as a lava lamp among other things.
Where I Live:
My First Lava Lamp was:
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
2 60 models one broken( needs new cap & water)one drained last nite after cat knocked it down.
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
My red lava w/ clear h2o and gold pierced brace circa 1969
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.
Hi Louisr and a warm welcome to you here on the friendly and informative site. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and story with us. We hope you get a lot of enjoyment from the lava flow as many, many members here do. We wish you all the very best.x