ES - Peer associates
pmitchel at flash.net
Tue May 26 07:46:38 PDT 1998
Kate, I'm right here! If you like, I'd be happy to help you with
your bardic; some people think I'm a decent bard.
Regarding peerage associates (squire, protege, apprentice), it
really varies with the peer. Some peers prefer to be asked,
others prefer to do the asking. Some (such as myself) will
sometimes ask, but are receptive to being asked, as well. So
there's no hard and fast rule. If there's some peer you're
interested in being associated with, I'd encourage you to approach
her about it.
I hope this helps.
- Galen of Bristol, Viscount, KSCA, Pel., Premier Bard of Ansteorra,
Viscountess Kate wrote:
> Arabella please let me know who won the bardic also. I was going to
> compete but chickened out. I have never done anything like that
> before. May be you can suggest someone to aid me in becoming a bard, I
> don't sing. It was geat meeting you and I enjoyed my self enormously.
> I am looking forward to next years.
> What are the rules on becomeing a apprentice or protogee in this
> kingdom. I was told that a Pel or a laraul had to come and ask you to
> apprentice or protegee to them. Is this true? Talk soon, V.kate aka
> Barb Ps. Do you have Galen's addy? thanks
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