[Ansteorra] A+S Issues

Tausha Walker celeste_namron at post.com
Thu Aug 29 13:38:46 PDT 2002

I often get inspiration for trying new things from A&S competitions. I am the unyielding logical personality so I don't often enter competitions myself. Many are the projects I have started and not finished because I don't see any logical use for the item I'm working on. I'm trying to get over that. However, I just want those of you who wonder to know that I think that your work in comopetitions does inspire others.
----- Original Message -----
From: Rae Bauer <suvdchin at moritu.net>
Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 12:02:45 -0500
To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org
Subject: [Ansteorra] A+S Issues

> Greetings,
>   Just thought I'd drop my 2cents worth in about
> A+S competitions.  First let me say that I don't
> enjoy them.  Even if I win something cool, its
> not precisely my cup of tea.  Then why do I enter.
>   Well, going back a few years, I was talking in
> Sir Galen's camp about how I just didn't understand
> A+S competitions and it seems to me like so much
> showing off.  Mistress Stella said,"You enter
> competitions to inspire others", and a Lightbulb
> went on in my head.  That's why I started entering
> A+S.  To show other people, Hey if I can do this,
> so can you!  I don't know if I have ever succeeded
> in this but there's always the hope that I will.
>   Also, Pug is absolutely correct in that your work
> can become known in other ways.  Make prizes/largess.
> Hospitality trays.  Award insignia is always needed.
>   My favorite A+S event is Laurel's Prize Tourney.
> Which is coming up in Oct in Greywood, I think.
> I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.
> Anyway, Please come and spend a day, displaying
> your arts, talking to people, getting one on one
> comentary and getting largess!!!  I like the
> largess part since I'm a merc.
> Suvdchin
> Khan of the Moritu
> OL
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