[Ansteorra] [Elfsea] March 25 in Anstoerra history

Carolle M. Cox hpockets at verizon.net
Sun Mar 25 17:45:30 PDT 2007

How cool is that?  It is "sometimes" good to have the ancient around keeping
alive the traditions of our game, although I seriously doubt that you, Your
Grace, are all that ancient!  Upon traditions were most societies and
religious expressions founded, after all.

Also getting up there, but with a certain lack of knowledge and experience
all the same.

Carolle Cox
Japanese Chin Rescue and Care Volunteer
Dallas North-west coordinator
The years that a woman subtracts from her age are not lost.  They are added
to the ages of other women.  -- Diane de Poitiers (1499 - 1566)
This is a private message.  Not to be forwarded without separately requested
consent from Carolle Cox

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Subject: [Elfsea] March 25 in Anstoerra history

I have just discovered from reading old records that Lord Allemandus 
Baron Steppes declared this day to be known for all time as John the 
Hero's Day in honor of all archers because Young John  was the first 
hero of area known as Ansteorra. This was announced in The Palantir 
Feb. 1977

The Ancient Woman know as Willow de Wisp 

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