My husband & I are Real Estate agents. His name is Rik, so we have gone by Rik & Vik during our 18 years in the business. It has been good for marketing. We have 4 grown kids and 6 granddaughters that live in Seattle. We like to scuba dive, golf & travel.
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My mother was afraid that the goo in the lamp was dangerous so I never owned one as a kid. I got one for my daughter when she was 5. We kept it on as a night light for years. She is grown & married and insisted on taking her lamp. My new husband has one & we just found it packed away. We plugged it in but have a big blob that doesn't move. I am joing to learn how I can fix it.
Hi Vik (and Rik)! Welcome to the lava lamp collectors community which connects lava lamp fans worldwide. Whether you just got your first lamp or are truly addicted to lava, Oozing Goo is for you! What can you do here? At the Goo, you can: - Learn all about lava from all the GooHeads in the Forum which is the heart of the site. - Check out all the amazing lava lamps of the world and add your own Photos. - Post your own Videos or embed your favorites from youtube. - Blog or be blogged! There are over 50 blog posts on Oozing Goo. Have a good read, or write your own. - And just hang out and connect with great people. - Chat live! right now! The Chat Bar is on the bottom of every page, just click one of the arrows to chat! To get started, please upload a photo or avatar for yourself (if you haven’t already.) Whether it's of you, your dog (or cat), or your favorite lava lamp it doesn't matter, but it helps people remember you. You can also personalize Your Page with pictures, links, RSS feeds, colors and more here. Thanks to everyone inviting their friends, we now have over1600 members and we're growing by 10 new members a day. Invite yours too! If you need any help, let me know. Peace, love and lava..
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