[Bonwicke] New Territorial Nobility of Bonwicke
pippermint at sbcglobal.net
Tue Feb 26 07:18:34 PST 2008
No harm done! And thank you for your courteous words and honour.
Email is a *mean* little gremlin. ;o)
--- Debra Powers <rhowenna1 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Your excellency, i just found the missive you wrote
> about my remark that upset you so. It landed in my
> Bulk Folder. I don't know why it was sent there but it
> was. I wish i had seen it earlier and would have
> promtly answered. I have read all of the remarks in my
> inbox so I now understand why you thought I was
> ignoring you...Never, ever would i say or do anything
> to hurt you. I just finished an e-mail to you in
> regards to my remark. Getting rid of them was just a
> bad choice but it had NOTHING to do with any
> individual. I can't believe that I have found 6 posts
> in my Bulk, yours among them...I never check my bulk
> folder but guess rather than just dumping it,I better
> read it. I am now wondering what else was dropped. You
> haven't been met with cold silence, I just hadn't read
> that e-mail because it went to the wrong box..No cold
> silence just a horrid mistake.
> In Service, to You, Your Husband as well as my Kindom.
> My husbands family badge translate Royal is my Race. I
> represent my husband and his Scottish Heritage and
> take great pride in that Name.
> --- paula hanna <pippermint at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> > Not to open a can of worms in the wake of such
> > historic and joyful news in the timeline
> > of our beloved Bonwicke, and I am certain that it is
> > just a case of mistaken pronoun
> > assignment, but I wanted to clarify "glad to be rid"
> > of whom? I certainly hope you aren't
> > referring to Kainin and I?
> > On a happier note, Dearest Chiang and Wu, luck and
> > prosperity to you both. The position
> > of Landed Nobility is one of extreme difficulty,
> > intense labor, judicious prudence and
> > unfaltering judgement. On the other hand, those
> > positions which are the most arduous
> > yield the greatest joy. I know that you both will
> > excel with grace and reign with love.
> > All my best to you.
> > Baroness Oriana
> > Lady Bonwicke
> > --- Debra Powers <rhowenna1 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > Congrats! I think Chiang should have been Knighted
> > > years ago. This "new" era in the lives of us all
> > could
> > > perhaps bring back the Honor and Chivalry and what
> > the
> > > Dream really is. It's a fresh start, and one that
> > can
> > > be a hell of a lot more fun than the "restricted
> > play"
> > > in what is now the SCA...glad to be rid of
> > them...Now
> > > we can drum as long as we want, sing as loud as we
> > > want and I have 2 volumns of the Original
> > Ansteorran
> > > Songs in my gear...Let's come out kicking our
> > heels
> > > and have FUN!
> > >
> > > Rhow
On a bad day, I have mood swings --
but on a good day, I have the whole mood playground.
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