[Bordermarch] lost and found

Lou Burgin lburgin at gt.rr.com
Mon Jun 15 20:10:57 PDT 2009

Throw the spiders away.  AmberLea
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Lathrop, Dave" <David.Lathrop at valero.com>
To: "Barony Bordermarch" <bordermarch at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Monday, June 15, 2009 11:53 AM
Subject: [Bordermarch] lost and found

> We would all like to hear from those who taught classes during our A&S day 
> and from those who enjoyed the classes taught.
> The day was scheduled from 10:00 till 5:00; we overran that by about three 
> hours, and could have gone even longer.
> The day started off with a bang as HE Don Armand blessed us all with a 
> class on courtly graces, and ended with his cadet, Lord Nikolai, tossing 
> one of his painted Ukrainian Easter eggs onto HE Elisabeth's living room 
> floor. It seems Lord Nikolai forgot that the brass funnel that contains 
> melted wax will burn flesh when accidently touched.
> HE Amber Lea and her lovely daughter christened our new house by singing 
> HE Elisabeth her favorite song, Wild Mountain Thyme. I got them to sing it 
> in the front room with the 25 foot ceilings, and as I suspected it sounded 
> like they were singing in a medieval stone chapel. The reverb was just 
> perfect; I can only imagine a group of bards performing there with songs 
> and stories.
> Lord Malcolm and I finished up the evening discussing some deep 
> contemplations about something that neither of us remembers.
> The next day my lady and I crashed and did nothing productive.
> A few items from my list of lost and found at A&S day:
> Lord Adolf's two folding chairs, and some meteors from our driveway that 
> his youngest son, m'lord Carlos, left on my ladies sewing table.
> Lady Bianca's handmade baby quilt. I returned it during Sunday's fighter 
> practice. She also left some meat pies that might have contained a dwarf 
> or two; unfortunately we'll never know, I fed them to our dogs.
> Lord Nikolai forgot half a dozen un-dyed  Ukrainian Easter eggs; sorry 
> Nik, we already scrambled and ate them.
> HE Armand's twenty seven red note books, complete with complementary 
> ball-point pens. Some of them had pictures of a man that resembled one of 
> those guys you see on those romance novels, you know, the guy with a lady 
> hanging onto his leg for dear life, his chin out, and his long hair 
> whipping in the wind. I think they belonged to Lady Catalina and Lord 
> Adolf, it's so hard to tell.
> Lord Justin's Heraldry hand-out provided by Lord Malcolm; I might have 
> lied unintentionally when I said I would return it to him in the future.
> Some black thread tangled into small shapes that look not unlike spiders. 
> I'm thinking HE Amber Lea
> A large plastic box that contains a set of "The Bowyer's Bible" books and 
> other things. There was also a Osage bow in partial completion resting on 
> top of the container. I found this box of goodies on the front porch of my 
> shop. It looks a lot like the container that Lord Phocas used during bow 
> making class, but surely he would not have forgotten it. Methinks it must 
> be a gift for me!
> I found a plaid skirt in my shop that must have belonged to a beefy 
> catholic school girl; I think it belongs to Lord Malcolm. He used the shop 
> to change from his kilt into mundane clothes, but it could also be my 
> daughter's.
> There's still a No 2 pencil stuck in the brick fireplace, must have been 
> one of the urchins who put it there. HE Therese, do you want it back?
> HE Santiago
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