Hi Tim, my name is Lindsay Reed. I just want you to know how big of an impact you had on my life. When I was very young my mother introduced my brother and I to In Search of the Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo. It quickly became my favorite childhood movie; even outranking Rainbow Brite which I’m sure is a hard task for a little girl, haha. I am 20 years old now and have been telling my friends for years about this great movie and they all just thought I was crazy.
I recently discovered your website and I can’t even begin to express the joy and excitement I felt when I found the video of my favorite song, Musty Moldy Melvin. I watched it almost every day this past semester at college and when I came home I couldn’t wait to show my mom my discovery. Since then I have found the DVD and CD online and purchased them since I don’t know how long my VHS will last and I want to be able to introduce my kids to your amazing talent eventually. I now listen to the soundtrack in my car and it still hasn’t lost its magic. I recorded portions of each song on my cell phone and now when I receive phone calls, text messages, AND when my alarm goes off I hear your songs. They have this power over me that make me feel so happy whenever I hear them. I tell my boyfriend all the time that you are one the most amazing people alive and that I wouldn’t be who I am today without your inspiration. I am such a dreamer, and being that way has helped me to do, and get through, many great things in my life because I never stop believing that “I can dream a dream and make it come true.”
I was so happy when I watched the video on your website The Making of the Wazzie Woodle Woo because you seemed to be such a down to earth person, how I always imagined you would be. One of my main goals in life is to one day be able to afford to go to Washington so I can see you perform, and maybe hopefully even meet you in person. Almost nothing would make me happier.
I thought you should know how much you affected me. Thank you so much for sharing your talent. I truly hope that one day I will be able meet you, but since it’s a dream of mine I have to believe I will, thanks to you.
Forever a Fan,
Tim, my name is Shana and long ago you came into our lives by a complete accident. A show you were giving at the SeaTac Mall changed my daughters life forever.
Googling the other day I came across the Wow Wow Wiggle Wazzle, many memories ran through my head listening to that song. At one point my daughter watched the movie over and over and over
again...i never got tired of it. I now see how much you influenced us both.
Thank you for your daring to be different. She to this day chooses to wear rainbows not just a few colors but all of them. She has a love for music that runs deep so deep she dances instead of walks. When I called her into my room to show her the song...she said "mom I still listen to him every morning while i get ready for school" Tim this child woke to a smile daily all her life, even through some pretty rough times. I now realize that it was you that helped it along the way your music put that dance in her step.
At the age of three she became a groupie of yours at the age of 17 she still is.
Thank you. Your a wonderful person and an angel in a rough world.
My name is Merrie Walsh and I live in North Tonawanda, N.Y. with my two children Paige 3 and Jacob 8 and my husband Jeff. We recently went to our local Library here and rented a video of yours called "In Search of the Wow Wow" well you know the rest of it. Well this little video has turned our house up side down. My two children just love it so much and my husband and I find that we are enjoying it too. My kids know every move you make in this video and every word that is said. Now my daughter keeps asking me for a dinosaur phone like the one you had in this movie. Its so amazing to us that our little home has been invaded by such an awesome video. You are very talented and you and a lovely voice. Please continue making videos and touring if possible. Thank you for such joy.
North Tonawanda, N.Y
Thanks from a family of fans of the wow wow wibble wobble wazzie woodle woo!
Hi Tim! I just wanted to let you know that my daughter, who is now thirteen, has been begging me to find another copy of the wow wow wibble wobble wazzie woodle woo for years now! I have just now located your website and will have a check in the mail to you this afternoon for a copy of this truly wonderful classic. I think that i enjoyed it as much as she did and this will make a terriffic Christmas gift for her! I want to thank you for the hours of entertainment that you have given our family, your talent is limitless! If you would happen to get the chance, could you do me a favor and drop her a line at my email address? She would be thrilled, but do so only if you have a little time to spare.
Thank you so much,
My grand-daughter's are in love with "WOW WOW"! I would love to send you some pictures of them watching you. Let me know your e-mail address. My 16-month-old grand-daughter Alexis even sings along with your CD in the car, knows which song comes next and tells her mom to fast forward to the ones whe likes best! It's hilarious. The two girls, Alexis and Bess, are just transformed into another world when I put it on the TV. I think they are going to end up calling Grammy WOW WOW, instead of just Grammy. Let me know where I can send you some pictures. THANKS so much for all the good memories you have helped make in another generation of Needle's!
Hey Tim, my name is Chelsea and a college student at Loyola. But when i went home last weekend i was reminded of your film, in search of the wow wow wibble woggle wazzie woodle woo and i decided to watch it with my brothers because it used to be my favorite thing to watch as a kid. Istill love it and i remembered all the songs! it was amazing to see it againand sing along. i just wanted u to know that you were a great part of mychildhood and i thank you for that. keep up the great work
Our family has loved you for over 20 years. My brother and I used to watch Wow Wow every day after school when my mom taped it off of HBO. We introduced it to my cousin, showing him how to sing and dance to it, and THEIR family became addicted. Now I have 2 sons and they absolutely love Wow Wow. One of my 2 yr old's first words were "Wow wow woo!" Before he even turned 2 he knew exactly where to jump and scream along with the show.
We even have outfits for them to wear during different scenes, and they love tossing sunglasses off their faces the way you do by turning their heads quickly to the side "just like Tim does!" My 4 yr old just went trick or treating as Tim Noah with his rainbow hat and purple sequined sweater! (My aunt made the outfit 20 years ago for my cousin when HE dressed up as you for Halloween!)
If we didn't live all the way across the country we would be at one of your shows in a heartbeat! Is there a way to get something autographed by you? My kids would think that was the coolest thing EVER. My aunt might steal it in the night. :) She still has to watch Wow Wow every time my kids do at her house because we can't rip ourselves away from it!
Anyway, I know that you probably have a million fans, but I wanted you to know that my entire family is STILL in awe of you after 23 years. Thank you SO MUCH for your work!
Today I am rewatching your Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woogle Woo movie again for the first time in a few years. I am now 14 and saw it for the first time about 10 years ago and I still love it. I just wanted to see what you are up to now. I must have watched that movie a thousand times.
New Castle, Indiana
I am so excited to write to you! I used to watch "In Search of the Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo!" I'd swear twice a day, when I was a kid! Probably my favorite childhood memory by far. I have an old taped copy of it that I physically wore out in parts, but can't bear to give up. The songs and themes are just amazing. Anyway, I am about to become a mother myself and my Mom found the DVD on your website and got it for me as a gift to share with my own child. I couldn't speak for a minute, I was so touched and excited to have such an important part of my childhood back. I cannot wait until my daughter is old enough to enjoy this movie... in meantime, I've been watching it over and over again! My husband induldges me, he's wonderful :) Anyway, I just wanted to say “thank you” for so many wonderful memories.
I'm a Seattle kid at heart, but for now I call Southern California my home. "In Search of the Wow Wow..." was quite possibly one of my most favorite videos when i was a kid. I wore out the VHS like nobody's business. Then, almost twenty years later, out of nowhere the theme song got stuck in my head. None of my friends have ever heard of the movie and I sounded silly when I would try to explain what it was about. So, I found your website and order the DVD and I can't wait for it to show up so I can share it with everyone. I just wanted to, just like all the others who have taken the opportunity, thank you for such a cool and creative video!
Yorba Linda, CA
I took my son to a lot of your shows as he was growing up. He is now 23. I even met you once at my place of employment (GTE at the time). You were trying to pay your telephone bill, and you had come to the Repair Center for GTE. I immediately knew who you were and told you so and instructed you across the street to the Everett Mall to pay your bill. Anyway, I have this absolutely beautiful and talented grand-neice who is 2 1/2 years old and want to buy your videos for her. I checked awhile back and whatever site I was at said out of stock--in particular--the WWWWWWW. I just want to thank you for giving the kids in my family years of musical pleasure (and the adults, too!). I wish you could come to Texas! I will check out your Video Products site.
Thanks so much. The grandkids made the wait well worth it. On the first viewing, we had to spend an additional half hour replaying their favorite songs (With Big Booger getting triple play) I'm sure they will enjoy it as much as their aunt did all those years ago. My grandson is also a Tim (although he's T.J. to us) so he thought that was pretty cool too. It's also nice to see you don't look 12 anymore!! Please inform me of any new video you may come up with. I would love to see some new stuff.
I'm writing to see if there's an existing copy of "In Search Of The Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo!" on DVD.
I am currently seeking my BFA from The Chicago College of Performing Arts (CCPA) and probably owe a great deal of where I am right now to being raised on your albums.
This past Summer, I watched "Wazzie Woodle" for the first time in awhile and was amazed at how much I've been influenced by your work. Your recordings and live shows were concentrated doses of creativity that my friends and I craved growing up and we remember them all very fondly. I wanted to bring the VHS copy back to school to show my professors, but I consider it fairly priceless and don't feel comfortable taking it out of the house. The junior year courses at The CCPA strongly focus on Comedy & Character, and while my teachers and classmates are very excited about the film, so far I've only been
able to describe it.
Please let me know if such a DVD exists and how it might be purchased.
I look forward to your reply.
Chicago and Schaumburg, Illinois
Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your DVD. I actually didn't get to the film for a day or so because I was busy absorbing the special features. I know the movie like the back of my hand, so seeing your interview and hearing so many stories about the creative process was really amazing for me (in retrospect, I suppose the whole set did have to be painted like that).I especially wasn't expecting the awesome montage from Anything is Possible.
My folks and I were able to relive a lot of happy memories, and most
importantly we could take another look at all the costumes I had famously recreated in our living room.
Congratulations on a great piece of work. I'm so happy that Wazzie Woodle is preserved in history. I'm hoping that my kids might turn out to be like me someday, and I don't think that would be possible if they didn't have this.
Still looking forward to the show next week.
I am Cameron Johnson's mom. I know that he has been in touch recently; we are all enjoying a return to his childhood through your music! Having attended many of your concerts, and purchasing all of your cassettes and videos - my husband and I recognize and appreciate your influence in his decision to pursue performing arts as a career. He was awarded a significant scholarship to attend the Chicago College of Performing Arts - Theatre Conservatory, and will soon be completing his third year of training. It's hard to know what his future holds - but he is happy, and loving the journey.
So, a belated thanks for your contribution.
On another note, I am checking to see if you still sell the Big Booger hats? We purchased one years ago, and it was worn constantly through 1st grade, until a teacher decided to punish "out of seat" behavior by taking the hat and throwing it away. Great sadness at the Johnson household that night.
If you still have them available I would love to purchase one. I realize it probably wouldn't fit - but I know he would be thrilled. I haven't mentioned it to him - as I would want to surprise him.
P.S. I am attaching a picture of Cameron, taken last month in New Orleans - where we celebrated his 21st birthday (also referred to as Hurricane Cameron!)
Seattle, Washington 98101
Dear Mr. Noah.
Thanks for making my brother's Christmas merrier this year. The DVD arrived-we all watched it Christmas Day and were all teary-eyed. Great job. I had no idea you were so talented (referring to the artwork).
P.S. Have a safe, happy, healthy, successful, imaginationful New Year!
Linda and I wanted you to know how much we appreciate purchasing your DVD, “WAZZIE WOODLE WOO” for our four-year-old grandson, Preston. We were pleased to learn that Preston loved your DVD so much ~ he literary watches it twenty-four seven. Amazingly, he learned all the words to all the songs including the entire dialog. He even dances and plays the air drums to some of the music. Your DVD seems to take him to a different dimension than any other DVDs he currently owns.
Preston used to watch Garfield, Thomas the Train, Santa Claus, and other DVDs in his parent’s movie library. However, since the day he was introduced to your DVD he now tells us “I just want to watch Tim Noah, I don’t care to watch other DVDs”.
Thanks Tim for the wonderful DVD and look forward to purchasing future DVDs.
Dick and Linda Henderson
Federal Way, WA
Dear Mr. Noah,
Hello! I am writing you about your movie, "In Search of the Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo!", which my family calls "The Woggie Woo." Umm, I cannot tell you how many times we have seen this video. I have an older sister and a younger one and we LOVED it as kids and watched it ALL the time. We have kept watching it over the years, too. I love the songs, I love the memories it brings back---I love it. The problem is, the video is old and has been watched so many times, the ribbon came off and is all messed up. I was wondering if you had a video of it. Ours was taped off of PBS I think when they played it back in the 1980s. Do you have any copies of it that I can buy? Please let me know if you do. And thanks so much for making that movie. You have no idea how much a part of my childhood you are. Thanks again.
Namaste, Mr. Noah!
I am just writing to tell you that my daughters and I are all looking forward to receiving the Wow Wow (I won't write the whole thing out) DVD. I am Alison Spokes's mother, by the way. Ali has kept us all up to date on the progress of the DVD. We have been anticipating the arrival of it for so long and, while it has been a bit frustrating - I'm sure I don't need to tell you - we all understand completely how these things happen. My goal is not to nag, but rather to let you know what a wonderful show Wow Wow is, how much we treasure the memory of it and how much we are looking forward to seeing it again.
We originally saw Wow Wow when my sister taped it off the Seattle TV station when it was first aired. My daughters were so taken by the show that they literally wore that tape out, watching it over and over until they couldn't see the picture and the sound was barely audible. It was heartbreaking to finally have to give it up. Then the show came on the Disney Channel and we were able to tape it again. They wore that tape out, too. This is one of the best childhood memories that my daughters all share. To this day we remember all the songs and we continue from time to time to sing them when certain issues arise. "I Can Do Anything" is probably one we sing most often. And, when we need creative inspiration, we will often ask the all important question: Now what can I do with mashed potatoes? It's an inside joke with us and people often look at us a little strangely, but we all know how young Tim's imagination inspired us and that is all that matters.
Wow Wow is an amazing show. I applaud you on the way you managed in a single hour to instil so many moral values and address so many of the issues young people face growing up. We often referred to the show when the kids were growing up - the songs and images from Wow Wow were often a great comfort to them (and to me!).
Anyway, I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the DVD. Now that the girls are all grown up and grandchildren could come along at any time, it will be an excellent addition to our DVD collection and I am certain that it will be as loved by this next generation as it was by Ali and her sisters. I hope that everything is going smoothly with this round of production. We are focusing our imaginations and visualizing the arrival of the DVDs that Ali ordered. If I could, I would personally make sure that every child had a copy of Wow Wow - the world would certainly be a better place if they did.
My daughter age 20 has asked me if I could find this movie .
She watched it as a very young child and tells me that is all she wants for Christmas . I look forward to hearing from you.
Maplewood , MN
I guess I should start off by saying that my favorite video as a child was In Search Of The Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo! I would beg my parents to rent it at the video store and called a bunch of places trying to purchase it. People thought I was crazy, but I eventually found it and was very happy. I am now 25 years old and just recently passed on the video to my cousin who is 2 years old. It's now her favorite video and she watches it numerous times a day. She says "tim, tim" to her mom when she wants to see it. Her mom was worried it might scare her, so I sat with her the first time we watched it and made her see the humor in it. She loves it and I just wanted to thank you. I don't know if you have any photos to sign but I would love to have one and I'm sure my cousin (Ilana) would like that very much as well. Thanks again for giving me this great gift which has been shared with family and will continue to be shared for years to come.
Your fan always,
Somewhere On The East Coast
Hi Tim......My kids grew up loving your "Wow Wow" viedo !!! And now I found it. Do you still have copies to purchase? I would like a DVD .
Hello. I couldn't believe I finally found this movie (In Search of the Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo!)! I have been looking for this movie for a while now. My sister and I loved watching this movie when it was on TV years ago. I had recorded some of the songs off the tv and we found the cassette and it brought back a lot of memories. I would love to see the movie again Thank You very much. I look forward hearing from you.
Hello Mr. Noah!
Thank you for all the memories from childhood to present. You entertained me for many years with your shows, appearances, and tapes (yes before there were CDs). I would spend hours and hours listening from front to back, over and over, and singing away. I think I still have my Tim Noah hat from when I was in 4th grade in a box of special items. In fact, the reason I came across your site this morning was from whistling Just Because at work and decided to check out your page.
Thank you for all you've done for everyone and happy holidays!
I just wanted to write a quick note to let you know what a fond memories your songs bring. I went to Geneva Elementary School (Bellingham, WA) in the mid-80's and remember your concert. How wonderful and exciting it was.I plan on getting your albums and video for my own children. Thank you so very much for sharing your talents!
Dear Mr Tim:
WOW! I have been watching your video with my kids for over 20
Years. I taped it for my son who is learning disabled back when he was 5 and now is 26 years old. I am a single mom of 8 and every one of my children and now grand have been watching the tape. I taped it off HBO. It was so faded I could not even re-tape it without it jumping and they still watched it. They ALL know your songs by heart of course Wibble the best. I told a friend about it who knows the computer very well and found you. I gave him the money for your tape and he just gave it to me. You wrote such a wonderful letter to my son DALE I am going to frame it. I am going to purchase your Christmas and other videos. THANK YOU FOR BEING OUT THERE. You are the best. GOD BLESS YOU AND ALL WHO MADE THIS VIDEO. THIS WAS THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT I COULD GET besides MY SON DALES RECOVERY.
I have to say LOVE,
ROBERTA COOLBAUGH AND DALE COOLBAUGH
I have been a fan of your work since I was younger, and was ordering for my young nephew. It is always exciting to find such a positive message in children's entertainment, as is given in your videos and music. Again I want to thank you for your work and your time. :)
Happy Holidays to you and your family! My name is Meredith and your music was a huge part of my childhood. I remember going to see you at The Secret Garden Bookstore. My parents took my brother and I to see you a few times and he was thrilled when he got to go up on stage with you, plucked from the audience by a spot light! I think we both even had autographed photos in our rooms for the longest time. Listening to Country Store over and over again on car trips, I think there was a picture book that went along with it. And of course Wow Wow, my best friend and I would sing it over and over again, jumping and dancing around! So, now, at 28, my cousin and wonderful friend has a child who is almost 1. With her birthday and Christmas coming up, it got me to thinking, what kinds of books and music did I enjoy the most growing up. How lucky I was to have your music. It has indeed stayed with me over the years and will continue to when I have my own family.
So this Holiday season, as I spend my first holiday away from my family in Seattle, I am thankful for all the joy singing brought to me and my family over the years and what a wonderful part of it you and your music was and will continue to be.
Brooklyn, New York
I'm 58 and when my 5 children (24 thru 36) were younger we often listened to your music and went to as many concerts as possible. Your performances always brought happiness and joy to our children as well as many others. We also purchased a number of hats and were lucky enough to get you to autograph them. When our youngest son was about 5 we took him to the Everett Civic Auditorium to see you and he was lucky enough to be selected to go on stage with you. You asked him about his favorite place & he replied "school", even though he had yet to go to school. I took his picture with you on stage and had it blown up into a poster, this hung on his wall for many years.
We all have many fond memories of your shows and catchy tunes.
We now have 4 grandchildren. For some reason my youngest 2, now 24 & 27 hung on to the hats we purchased. My daughter recently took our granddaughter who is almost 3 and our grandson who is almost 4 to see your performance at Legion Park. They loved it and when our grandson who was wearing one of the hats said you told him "Nice Hat" it made his day.
We now watch your Anniversary addition VHS over and over while wearing the hats. It brings us lots of joy & memories of years past and years to come.
Thank you for all the happiness and joy you've brought to many, both young and old.
We hope to see you in a concert in the future when you return.
My family were huge fans of "In search of the wow wow wibble waddle wazzy woodle woo." My brother rented the movie from the library every single week for a year straight when he was younger. It will always be a great memory. It has been quite some time since my brother watched it, and this year for Christmas i want to give him his own copy to keep forever of the movie. I was wondering if you could send me an autographed picture or anything else to make the present even more special for my brother.
My brothers name is Kyle Kujak
and my address is:
Saint Cloud, MN 56301
You have no idea how much this means to me!! Thank you so much!!
When my children were young, my sister gave me the recording of Country Store. I can't tell you how many times we played that and acted it out. It is such a part of their memories growing up. When I found your internet sight I was thrilled to see I could purchase it on CD.
Hi, my name is Brittany Duncan. Back when I was a little girl, about 7, I saw you at the Seattle Center before one of my own performances (I was in a kids' singing group, Kidsynergy, at the time). Anyway, your Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo video was one of my favorites. Well, now I'm 22 and have a daughter who's almost 3. We went to my grandma's house, who often babysits for me, and as soon as we get there, Keisha started saying, "Wiggle Woggle! I want Wiggle Woggle!" It turns out my grandma still has the tape, and now that's all my daughter wants to watch! Anyway, I just thought it was interesting that my daughter loves the same movie I did when I was younger. I hope we can get to one of your shows soon; we found out about the Edmonds one the next day. I hope you're doing well, and thank you for years of entertainment!
I love your music
I’m 13 and i love your music i especially love your tape of kaddywompas that is my favorite thank u for having sum-thing for me to listen to when im sad.
P.S. write back thanks!
Hello Mr. Noah,
I was wondering if you still sold copys of The Search for the Wow Wow Wibble Wabble wazzy Woodle Woo. My Family has had a copy for quite some time and it recently got ruined by my younger sibling. I would Like to buy another copy as soon as possible. So Could you please let me know if that is possible.
Thank you for your time,
Just wanted to tell you that you made my child years very fun!
I remember when I was 12 going to your shows and was sitting down with one of my best friends and going over old times. I am now 29 and had done six years in the United States Marines. And now have a daughter who is near the age I was when I went to see your shows. I just wanted to let you know if you haven’t been told all ready keep up the dream and imagination is everything. It almost put tears to my eyes hearing all your songs again cause how wonderful it felt to have such good memories of your show my mom use to take us with my two brothers... Thank you again. You’re a very awesome person. And I can’t put it in words to let you know how much of an impact you have put in my life. I still have a tape from the 80s that I have now passed on to my daughter...
Edward T Brockavich Jr
I was delighted to find your web site and availability of your products. My 20 year old daughter spent hours yesterday looking for her TV copied tape of The Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle WOO to show it to her 24 year old Marine boyfriend. To her dismay we could not find the tape. Her father was surprised that she didn't have her Tim Noah hat here with her! It is in storage in Idaho. We lived in Puyallup, WA when she was born and have seen you perform several times. We are now living in Japan on the island of Okinawa where my husband works for the U.S. Air Force and I teach high school. Jessica runs a swimming pool and swimming program for the Marines. She loves children and will be a great mother one day. I would like to purchase your productions for her (and my future grandchildren). By the way she wanted the tape to show the scene of you jumping on a peanut butter sandwich in space. Why, I don't know! Interesting...
Woman at the bank in Federal Way:
Just found your website online and thought I would send an e-mail and tell you how much of an impact the Wow wow wibble woggle wazzie woodle woo had on my brother sister and myself. We grew up watching that tape over and over. Any chance you will release it on DVD anytime soon? Is there any way you could send a signed picture to us? It would be a "Little Miracle" hehe. If you can send one could you make it out to Chris, Aaron and Megan. Anyway thanks for creating such a classic memory for us growing up!
I wanted to let you know that Wow, Wow........ was a great children's video I watched many times with the kid's I baby sat when I was younger. I intend to show my little girls that now that I'm a Montana country girl with only horses for neighbors!
A grateful fan,
I think I'm still in shock from talking with you yesterday!
Anyway...I went home and told my husband how I talked with you, and he had reminded me to ask you a question. Are there any props left from The Wow Wow set? It may sound a bit strange, but we just purchased a new home and thought it would be very cool to own something from the set. Just curious.
Once Again I Thank You for your brilliant work! My son woke again this morning singing Sunshiney Morning:)))
Wow, I can't believe I'm actually writing to you. I have been a fan since I was a little kid. My friends and I used to sit around and watch Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo for hours! And now that I'm older and I have a child (a 18 month old) I have her watch it, and she doesn't move for the hour that it's on. And I can still sing along with all the songs (as well as my 19 year old younger brother Noah). I just wanted to say I am a fan and I would really love to get a picture signed or heck just even an email back from you would be awesome! I think your work is awesome, and like I said, I am a fan of yours, Thank you for making such a memorable movie as that. I'm not sure how to end this letter. I don't want to sound anymore pathetic than I already have. Do you still do plays? Thank you once again, for, well, just being you!
My Daughter wanted me to tell you that she danced with you and Greasy Grimey Gurdy in the Tacoma dome about 15 years ago. And It has been something that she has always remembered. She is now 22 and has a nine month old little girl named C.J. who she wants to be able to enjoy your music and the fun that you provide. She would like to be able to buy a DVD with you and Greasy Grimy Gurdy in it for her daughter to watch. She was about 6 or 7 years old when she saw you perform and danced with you, and she has always remembered that experience.
My Grand Daughter C.J. is watching a VHS tape of yours this second as I type this note, My daughters grandmother gave it to her years ago. It is worn out now and they want to buy a new one.
Please send us a price list of your products and Especially the one's that have you and Greasy Grimy Gurdy from that time frame.
Thank you very much!
The first we saw Tim was in Seattle at the KOMO Kids Fair. Since then he has been part of our 2 daughters lives. He visited their school twice, autographed a hat which we still have and even gave our youngest daughter a big hug. She is now 16 yrs old and still watches the video
Now and then…Thank you, Tim.
The Regan Family
I love your work. When I watched “In Search of the Wow Wow Wibble
Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo!”, I was amazed. I watched that show as a kid religiously. You have touched many hearts including mine with your work. Keep up the good work.