[Ansteorra] Peers activity
jonwillowpel at juno.com
Tue Aug 27 16:31:58 PDT 2002
You have bought up a wonderful old tradition. There used to be a
question. What do you call the man working in the kitchen--"your grace".
Peers and nobles in Ansteorra used to be known for our work and it was
that work that gave us the respect of the populace. Has this changed?
Duchess Willow de Wisp
On Mon, 26 Aug 2002 18:56:55 EDT Ldyinnes at aol.com writes:
> [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ]
> yes, but also, it is nice to be led to do things, ie: by example,
> because someone is a knight or a laural or a crown, then they need
> to be
> more aware that there are some people who were born to lead, and the
> majority were born to follow. What I am saying, is to be a
> leading peer, Set a good example, just because you have a coronet
> on your
> head, doesnt necessarily exempt you from some work. Sorry if I used
> a Dirty
> word there,
> The best example I can name is Baron Arthur of the Fen, and Duke
> Seamus of
> the Cats. when we had work days these two gentlemen were the first
> arrive and the last to leave.
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