ANST - largess
bethzimm at dallas.net
Sun Aug 10 16:34:24 PDT 1997
The first event I ever entered anything into an Arts & Sciences
competition, I received largess. I had a needlepoint I had done of one of
the Cluney Lady & the Unicorn tapestries (Scent for those that are
interested). I did not win. It was one by a beautiful sword. when I went
up to collect my needlepoint I found a beautiful silver amethyst pin,
pinned to a white card that said largess. Being new to the society, I
asked my daughter Simone what largess meant. I have to admit I
mispronounced it. My daughter smiled at me and said it meant I done good.
It turned out it was a gift from the Laurels who were judging the
competition. It was beautiful and I felt greatly honored and humble. It
also encouraged me to continue pursing my art.
> From: dentim at mail.myriad.net
> To: ansteorra at eden.com
> Subject: ANST - largess
> Date: Thursday, August 07, 1997 1:49 PM
> Good afternoon all,
> I was wondering if any of you had given or received some particularly
> largess at any events? I would love to know the reason they were given
> received, and at what event. (Please don't feel you're bragging, because
> just want to know!)
> I have been really touched by the generosity at events and would love to
> give *something* to show my appreciation. These ideas could also be
> over if we ever have a ransome tourney again.
> Thank you muchas!
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